Nigel brings vast experience to the team from filming in locations around the world. From Tibet to Vietnam, Cairo to Rome, Korea to Morocco, Nigel has consistently striven to open up the opportunities for filming in not only some of the most remote inhospitable locations but also the most logistically challenging.
In 1986 he took part in an expedition mounted by SAS founder, Sir David Stirling, filming a documentary Ocean In The Sky which sought to retrace the Mallory and Irvine route up the North-East ridge of Mount Everest. The film was shot in Super 16mm, the first time professional camera equipment had been used at altitudes in excess of 21,000ft. Nigel produced and edited a 45 minute documentary supporting the work of, and assisting in fundraising, for the Maydan Margah Mother Child Hospital in the Panjshir region of Northern Afghanistan.
He has worked on the Pink Panther films with Blake Edwards and Peter Sellers, Richard Donner’s Superman I & II, three films in the James Bond franchise: Moonraker, Tomorrow Never Dies, and The World Is Not Enough. Further credits include: John Landis’ Spies like Us with Chevy Chase and Dan Ackroyd, and Brian DePalma’s Casualties of War. Since 1992 Nigel has co- and executive produced: Hugh Hudson’s My Life So Far with Colin Firth and Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio, Michael Hoffman’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream with Michelle Pfeiffer, Kevin Kline and Stanley Tucci. Head In the Clouds with Charlize Theron and Penelope Cruz and The Merchant of Venice with Al Pacino and Jeremy Irons.
He has consulted on numerous projects, including A Game of Thrones and Prince Caspian, and has participated in the development of films with directors: Werner Herzog, Mike Newell, Michael Radford, Norman Stone, Frederic Du Chau and Bruce Beresford.