Welcome to my online portfolio.
My name is Nicholas Claxton, and I’ve been at the forefront of many multi-media businesses spanning TV, Film and Publishing.
In my career I’ve been lucky to have worked with so many talented and extraordinary people and it’s my hope that some of these highlights of my work will be of interest and inspiration to others.
My abiding watch-word is never accept no for an answer!
For any multi-media related questions, inquiries or information about past, present or future projects, don’t hesitate to get in touch.
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For the past year I’ve been working with a colleague, the multi award-wining producer and writer Nick Gillott [recipient of a BAFTA award, two Golden Globe awards and three Emmy nominations] on a powerful Holocaust film.
The script [Working title – THE TELEGRAM] is based on a real life story and is a strong sequel to his film CONSPIRACY.
This is a fascinating and highly powerful behind the scenes, largely untold story that’s not only universal in terms of its appeal, but one that has highly contemporary overtones today.
We’re currently looking for major investors in the USA and Europe for this film, which I will Produce and Nick Gillott will be an Executive Producer.
The Director is yet to be announced.
Click below to explore a brief cross-section of some of my favourite multi-media projects of my career so far, spanning Investigative Journalism, Arts, Culture and Entertainment. Some are clips, with others being full length features.
This gallery covers some personal highlights and some of the truly unique people I’ve been fortunate enough to meet and work with through my career so far.
Bob and I worked closely together on The Price of Progress.
We were also invited to Washington DC to present the film at a special screening at the US Senate.
Filming in New York with Linda McCartney on the Hudson.
What a great lady!
Artwork from the film I made in Gaza.
An unforgettable experience with some remarkable people.
His first dive with Tiger Sharks.
Filming with the multi-talented and award-winning journalist, John Pilger in Atlanta, Georgia, for BURP! Pepsi Vs Coke In The Ice Cold War.
Two extraordinary talents in a unique duet, for my 3 part series The Rhythm of Life, at The Hit Factory in New York.
With Teddy whilst making The Green Revolutionary.
One of the most inspiring men in my life, who also became a very great friend.
An unusual and thought provoking time spent filming the experiences and opinions of polygamous groups in Utah
One of the most breathtaking environments I’ve ever experienced.
Truly harrowing moments caught whilst filming Seeds Of Despair (aka Cry Ethiopia Cry)