Nick Curwin began his career as a print journalist before working at London Weekend Television for nine years and then at indie Mentorn, where he was Head of Programmes for one of its division, Folio. He launched Firefly, later renamed Dragonfly, with Magnus Temple in 2004, sold it to Shine in 2007, left in 2009 and launched The Garden in 2010.
His Executive Producer credits include 24 Hours in A&E (winner of the Royal Television Society award for Best Documentary Series), the BAFTA-winning first series of One Born Every Minute, BAFTA-nominated first series of The Family, Seven Dwarves and The Audience. He also produced The Autopsy and Anatomy For Beginners, which won three RTS awards including Best Science Programme.
Speaking at: Hunt for the Next Big Thing