Nick joined The Partners in April 2000 and is now responsible for the creative work of the London studio.

Since 2007, he has been the creative lead on our global brand programme for Deloitte, which has so far delivered over 500 separate projects including brand strategy, identity and global communications plus a range of innovation and digital initiatives and the award-winning Green Dot advertising campaign. During his time at The Partners, he has worked on some of our most prestigious projects, including a relaunch of the Ford blue oval identity; developing pioneering brand expressions for AstraZeneca; repositioning of the British Heart Foundation; and the design and global launch of the Decade of Action for Road Safety campaign for the FIA and the UN.

Nick is a frequent judge at creative industry awards, and has given numerous talks on creativity and design around the world. He is a visiting lecturer at Central St Martins College of Art and Design, and runs Creative Training Sessions at the D&AD, helping his students ‘turn germs of ideas into gems of ideas’. He is accustomed to winning awards for his clients including Deloitte, Jerwood Foundation and the Falkland Islands. In 2013 he curated an exhibition for Jerwood Encounters called ‘After Hours’, and most recently worked with creative arts charity Dramatic Need on The Children's Monologues, directed by Danny Boyle.