Nick is the Production Director at Storm & Shelter, which means he’s the one in charge of making sure that a) all of our productions are smashed out of the park, and b) each and every one of our clients is beaming from ear to ear and excited to release their new content into the wild.
With a mind geared for getting things done, you’ll usually find him casually juggling emails and phone calls, commanding the many moving parts to ensure that projects are on-time and on-budget.
Whether he’s talking to the person serving him at the checkouts in Tesco, or to the CEO of a multinational corporation, Nick has a knack for talking to people on their level, always leaving a smile on their face. Not even PPI cold-callers are safe from his charm.
“For me, it’s all about the relationship we build with our clients. When you have a good laugh and everyone feels comfortable and informed—that’s when projects really shine.”
After a brief flirtation with the idea of becoming a French teacher, Nick sniffed out his passion and pursued an MSc in Music Production and Audio Engineering. His masters dissertation delved into the nature of virality in online marketing, where he got his first taste of producing, shooting and editing video content for optimum viral impact. Naturally, he made a music video about bacon.
Away from the office, whether he’s attempting to play a hilariously complicated time signature on one of his many guitars, or nerding up on the latest in cryptocurrency and blockchain technology, Nick is relentlessly sponging up new skills and knowledge to satisfy his incessant need for learning.
Perhaps most importantly of all, from 2013 to 2016, Nick was “The Face of Talbot Green Shopping Park”. For the skeptics among us, photographic proof has been attached. Sadly, he has since retired from the world of shopping park modelling.