After studying Design and Visual Communications at Victoria University, Nick Ward wrote reality TV for Julie Christie, and was assistant editor at fashion mag FQMen. In 2004 he launched production company Two Heads with director James Anderson. Ward would produce comedians abroad series Funny Roots, comedy club mockumentary A Night at the Classic, and two seasons of hit show The Food Truck — which spawned American remakes, cookbooks, and a food business. In 2017 he began a two year gig as 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