Nick is a third generation filmmaker who has been working in the industry for over twenty-five years.
He began his career in Sydney as a photographic assistant working for a large commercial studio and in 1993 left to Los Angeles and enrolled in the UCLA Film School studying direction. He graduated in 1995 and threw himself vigorously into the Australian advertising scene.
He started his directing career in 1995 through Prodigy Films and was widely regarded as one of the most exciting new talents to emerge on the Australian advertising scene.
Nick joined Radical Media in the year of 1998 and rocketed into a strong international directing career, working on large campaigns for Ford, Toyota, McDonalds, Infinity, Lynx, Mountain Dew, Mitsubishi, Audi and VW.
In 2003 his short film “The Runner” starring Peter O’Brien and Lisa Hensley was showcased at numerous festivals including the International Melbourne and New Yorks Film Festivals.
In 2007 Nick joined Plaza Films where he shot award-winning campaigns for Mail Plus, Smirnoff Ice, NBN Co and Subaru. He also finished a series of campaigns for the Commonwealth Bank of Australia through Goodby Silverstein San Francisco and M&C Saatchi Sydney.
At the beginning of 2014 and after six wonderful years Nick left Plaza Films to pursue a career as a freelance director where he enjoys the freedom of being able to move from project to project. Nick has also just finished his first feature film, “The Pack”.
University of New England ‘The Letter’