Nick has set himself the specific and (some would say) laughable target of directing a Bond film before he dies. So far, he’s on track. He has 15 years experience in the film industry, but most of it has been directing documentaries for Ch4, BBC & Discovery. Although the most recent of these did feel like a Bond film at times: a $6 million dollar, true-crime, investigative documentary series called Lawless Oceans for National Geographic that successfully solved a notorious cold case mass murder on the high seas, it’s not the real deal. So, in the last couple of years Nick has made some strides towards working in narrative fiction. He’s written and directed one short film Tomoko, a Japanese inspired story that premiered on hipsters’ mecca Nowness.com. He has also just finished two more true crime drama-docs for Investigation Discovery. He is on the BFI Network x BAFTA Crew Talent scheme 2017 and is mentored by Mat Whitecross ('Oasis: Supersonic' & 'Spike Island') through the Directors UK Inspire scheme. At this rate the target is: Bond or bust by 2040.