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Happy International Women’s Day?


March the 8th, 2013 was a chance to think back on the History and milestones of women’s empowerment. We all share the same vivid images: suffragettes in England over a century ago, young women burning bras in the 60s… and images of the not-so-distant future, of a female President of the United States (Germany, Switzerland and Denmark, among others, have already had their heads of government) are just as common. But in many ways progress has been agonizingly slow, a burden for the countless talented, educated and very willing women who have to fight twice as hard to find a place in the world economy. Check out the home page and commercials sections for a World Economic Forum retrospective on gender parity, and how the journey continues.

Tropic Thunder (in the Mind)


Just come back from 2 weeks in the Dominican Republic, where I had a chance to briefly explore the realities of filmmaking in that particular country. It was refreshing to take a break from corporate films and editing « Starfall » to meet a new crowd with different ideas. During my brief stay we discussed the idea of a possible collaboration, so watch this space. 2014 could see a feature produced under the tropical sun.

45 Days After the Apocalypse…


December 2012 came and went, with no Apocalypse in sight. All the same, it’s been a crazy month and a half: the past 45 days have been an adventure, and a really snowy one at that. After a half-week up in Gemmi, Switzerland to finally shoot the live-action portion of sci-fi fable Starfall (due later this year), it was off to Davos for the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting. These two, very different shoots served similar objectives: capture content that will inform the rest of this year’s output, so you will be seeing nuggets of both on this website over the following months.

And We’re Up (again)!


Welcome to version 2.0 of Nick’s website. The old one was unfortunately Flash-based and had to be put out of its misery. Hopefully you will enjoy this new incarnation even more, with regular updates, smooth integration of other platforms (vimeo, linkedin) and cool stuff to check out. Happy browsing!