Shooter DV Director & Editor

After completing a TV & Film bachelor in France, Nicolas crossed the Channel with a Erasmus+ grant scheme to work for Nine Lives Media. Since 2015, Nicolas has acquired more than 30 TV credits, in factual programmes, observational documentaries and current affairs.

He was nominated twelve times for his filming and editing work, including an International Emmy Award nomination, two BAFTA nominations at the Children's Awards, and three nominations at the Royal Television Society North West Awards. Nicolas won "Best Children's Programme" twice at the RTS NW 2018 and 2019, as well as at the Rockie Awards  2018 in Canada for "My Life: Hike To Happiness", a CBBC documentary about mental health, and "My Life: Blood Sugar Brothers", a CBBC documentary on type 1 diabetes in the UK and in India.

After shooting, producing, directing and editing a full series of 18 short documentaries for the BBC, he is currently doing the same on a new series 'I've Been There' for the BBC which sees celebrities opening up to their fans about their past teenage struggles. The pilot featured Jade Thirlwall from Little Mix visiting an anorexia clinic in Sheffield and surprising her fans.