After studying design at Victoria University, Nick Ward helped write reality television for Julie Christie, spent time as assistant editor at fashion magazine FQMen, then in 2004 launched production company Two Heads, alongside director James Anderson. Ward went on to produce comedians-abroad series Funny Roots, comedy club series A Night at the Classic, and two seasons of primetime hit The Food Truck — which spawned overseas sales, cookbooks, and a restaurant business. At the start of 2017 Ward left Two Heads, to become Head of Development at company Great Southern Film and Television.
We’ve got different strengths, and that’s really the reason why I think it works. Nick Ward, describing his time working with James Anderson in company Two Heads
2018 - 2019, Writer, Storyliner - Television
2018, Writer - Television
2014 - ongoing, Writer - Television
2010 - 2012, Creator, Writer - Television
2010, Creator , Writer - Television
2001, Presenter - Television