NICK SUTTON has extensive film-making and teaching experience. He gained a BA in Theatre Studies, before going to study Scriptwriting & TV Production at The Metro Film School in Sydney. He has written a number of short films including Easy Target which was sold to Virgin Media. He taught ‘Mobile Story Making’ at Bristol University and currently teaches on the Visual Journalism MA at UWE (University of the West of England). Nick has worked with community groups and local councils in London, the North West, the Midlands and the South West, developing pathways for people of all ages to gain access to media and develop story-making skills, empowering them to share their life experiences through video. He has also produced content for a number of charities and government-funded bodies – Animals Asia, RoSPA, VIVA, The Creative Youth Network, The Paul Hamlyn Foundation, The Open University, The Department of Education and The Reedham Trust. Through his work with Calling The Shots in Bristol, Nick has also edited films for The Brigstow Institute. His other freelance clients include Honda, BT, Happy Hour Productions, The London Fire Brigade, Channel 4, The BBC and the NHS. He has delivered film-making workshops for The Gateway Theatre, Chester, Theatre Orchard, Immediate Theatre, Calling The Shots, Wiltshire College and Musical Futures.
Examples of Nick’s work can be found on his website www.nicksuttonfilms.co.uk