Nick spent years as a current affairs reporter and presenter for British TV Network ITV, among others, covering the fall of communism, the end of apartheid, the first Intifada and the rise of Hamas.
By way of a break from wars and revolutions he's worked at MTV and written and produced a religious comedy quiz show and produced two series on rock-star roadies.
Nick has been a judge at Britain's top TV Awards, The BAFTA's and is currently President and CEO at "Odyssey Networks", a Not For Profit integrated multi media company based in New York telling the inspirational stories of faith-in-action, where ordinary people transform their world.
Over 25 years Nick has made programs for National Geographic, Discovery, Al Jazeera English, BBC and all the other main UK TV Networks including ITV, Channel 4 and Five, as well as for Radio Station BBC World Service, BBC Radio 4 and BBC Radio 1.
In 2007 he helped devise the interactive website "TrueTube" for teenagers to get their viewpoints across on moral issues, which won Britain's top award for new media innovation in education.
Nick’s recent credits include Exec Producer with Academy Award winning actor Forest Whitaker on the documentary, "Serving Life", following convicted killers working in a prison hospice, which was shown on the new Oprah Winfrey Channel “OWN” - and also being one of the Exec Producers on “The American Bible Challenge” presented by Jeff Foxworthy which was nominated for an Emmy Award in 2014.