Creative Producer
Not For-Profit Executive

An innovator, connector and visionary, Nick has run documentary film production and impact campaign companies in the U.S.A. and the U.K. for twenty years, bringing the power of storytelling to build audiences and impact for a more just world.

For 20 years Nick has been brought in to revitalize companies, bringing new strategic thinking and products that have attracted brands like Conde Nast, American Airlines, HBO, Starz, PBS, Discovery, BBC, ITV , Channel 4 and Netflix, and winning prestigious awards including a Peabody and The Human Rights Award at the Venice International Film Festival.

From reporting and presenting for British television on the fall of Communism and the end of Apartheid in South Africa, to devising impact campaigns that have brought social justice films to The White House, Congres, The Houses of Parliament, and to businesses, universities and communities across America, Nick has married creative and strategic thinking to bring results. His panel and workshop appearances include work for the European Union teaching peace leaders in the Middle East about the power of storytelling. (I have pictures)

Nick is a member of The Producers Guild of America, BAFTA, The International Documentary Association, and lives in New York with his wife Lisa, and part time in Brighton in the U.K.

The Hardware

Sundance Film Festival
Grand Jury Prize (Nominee)


Venice International Film Festival
Human Rights Award
The Rape of Recy Taylor

Peabody Award (Nomination)
The Rape of Recy Taylor

TribeCa Film Festival
Best Documentary Short
Lessons From A School Shooting

Sheffield Film Festival
Doc Dispatch Award
Lessons From A School Shooting

Best Documentary Short (Nominated)
Lessons From A School Shooting

Urban World Film Festival
Best Documentary
Milwaukee 53206

Charlotte International Film Festival
Best Documentary Short
Run For His Life