At 6 years old Nick painted a lot of oil paintings just like his Grandad. At 14 he made fake ID’s for everyone at school. At 16 he rose to fame when he made the local papers for making aforementioned fake ID's and that was the end of that. The next few years are a blur for him until he turned 19 and became obsessed with David Fincher's Fight Club. So much so that he started a business making Tyler Durdan's leather jackets and sold them across the globe until ASOS appeared on the scene and borrowed his idea.
At 20 he taught himself 3D and having had his work featured in the D&AD magazine, and with an award on his shelf for the most creative person in "the whole of the South West”, he left the Bath School of Art and Design with a First in graphic design. He dived head first into his career as a 3D Artist at 21, but by 21.5 he realised sitting in a room all day on a computer was not for him. He started making music videos, 60+ of them in fact. He drowned some lovers in a VW, blew up a BMW, hung a cowboy off a cliff and catapulted a raver through a wall.
Not one to sit still, Nick decided he was going to create a business making props and costumes for Hollywood, where he pioneered some new technology and did some cool stuff for films like Mad Max and Thor. A few years later, upon realising working on Hollywood films was not as much fun as he thought, he got into sports to help heal the emotional damage, started running 40 miles up mountains for fun, built an eco house and fell in love with making films again.
So anyone who is looking for a guy with an incredibly low carbon footprint, who's kind of sporty, can make a great Tyler Durdan jacket, build sets, blow stuff up, do 3D and direct films, or you just want someone to make you a fake ID, then look no further.