Nick started his own mobile entertainment company, “The London Discotheque Company”, over 25 years ago and also worked as a DJ for a range of party planning companies including Joffins, Bentley’s and William Bartholemew. He subsequently trained and worked as an actor performing in theatre-in-education, television and theatre. It was during his work at the BFI’s Museum Of The Moving Image (MOMI) that he met fellow actor/guide Marcus Shepherd.
More recently his entrepreneurial and events background have created Stow Film Lounge and resulted in it winning Waltham Forest’s 2012 small business award only a year after start-up. SFL was nominated as a venue in Time Out’s 2014 Love London Awards and in 2019 was featured as one of their Dream Screens in the London region – “A warm hug of a movie club”. Nick is a film journalist appearing regularly on BBC London 94.9FM radio. At the 2018 Waltham Forest “Love Your Borough Awards” he received the Leader’s Special Award for “outstanding cultural contribution” to Waltham Forest along with fourteen other worthy recipients.