Nick is 23 year old photographer and filmmaker specialising in Natural History and Travel.
With a degree in Biological Sciences from the University of Exeter, and conservation experience in the field, Nick has a strong understanding of wildlife and the natural world. He is currently studying for an MA in Wildlife Filmmaking at UWE, in association with the BBC Natural History Unit in Bristol.
He has gained work experience with a number of production companies in Bristol including Doghouse Post Production, Icon Films, Five Films and most recently Ammonite Films.
He enjoys living and working in extreme environments and has taken part in numerous expeditions to places such as the Moroccan Atlas Mountains, the Pyrenees, Indian Himalaya and has spent a winter working in the French Alps.
He also has a love of the ocean, and holds a number of qualifications in boat handling, sailing and scuba diving.
He has won multiple awards for his photography, including runner up in Earth Touch's 2016 competition and has had photographs featured by BBC Earth.
He is experienced in using DSLR's, Sony FS5 / FS700 /A7s, GoPro's, Phantom Drones and trail cameras.
He is also a competent editor with Adobe Premier Pro.