Born Oxford, 1966, Nick spent all his formative years in Sheffield. Unscarred from exposure to Heaven 17, The Human League and Cabaret Voltaire, Nick moved to Nottingham in 1985 and completed a BA degree in Photography at Trent Polytechnic, graduating with First Class Honours in 1988. He formed a photographic business almost immediately and so began his commercial and advertising career. Many years and a decent client list later (Paul Smith, Triumph Motorcycles, Yamaha Motorcycles to name but three), Nick is progressing his own work and photographic interests.
Nick is presently involved in professional advertising and commercial commissions from Triumph and Paul Smith as well as many other design and advertising agencies and in producing personal photographic work for two major environment-driven photography print works; ‘Edgelands’ and ‘Rising & Sinking Lands’.
Nick is a non-executive director of the Association of Photographers (AOP) and from October 2008 to January 2011 has been Chairman. He is also one the founding members of Pro Imaging and represents them on the board of the British Photographic Council
In addition to the advertising and commercial aspects of his work, Nick has recently joined with two colleagues in setting up LIMN, a fine art agency developed to facilitate the production of artwork and working with others, primarily in moving and still image-based media.
Nick won a 'Best Image' prize in the SUN 2010 Photographic Awards