Nick is a creative, engaged multimedia producer — passionate about capturing important and moving stories in film.
At Think HQ, Nick has created a range of video content to drive audience action — including a set of case studies relaying real examples of communities acting against domestic violence, and video lessons for employers to assist in hiring people with disability.
As part of the Department of Social Services’ Stop it at the Start campaign, Nick travelled to every state and territory in Australia, creating a series of short film documentaries with ten local communities acting against domestic violence. Nick was also responsible for filming all video content for the JobAccess Employer Toolkit, an online learning resource designed to encourage more employers to hire people with disability.
Prior to joining Think HQ, Nick worked in London as a photographer and video producer, working across a number of campaigns and clients including Jamie Oliver’s Big feastival, Revlon and Taste of London.
Nick holds a Bachelor of Screen Production and a Bachelor of Photography majoring in creative advertising from Griffith University.