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Biography: Nick Weston

Wild food enthusiast, chef, writer, speaker and survival expert, Nick Weston is an extraordinary individual with a passion for the outdoors.

Nick is well known for his role as a survival guide on the Channel 4 TV show Shipwrecked, where he demonstrates and teaches the contestants survival techniques including fire by friction, building shelters, wild food identification and trapping. 

Combining his skills in fishing and shooting with a passion for cooking, Nick also works as a chef and is passionate about broadening his skills in cooking through writing lots of new recipes and trying unusual culinary combinations. Nick has written for Olive and Good Food Magazines and has a food blog on the internet.

More recently Nick has moved back to the countryside where he is building a tree house, growing his own vegetables and catching and cooking his own meat. He is documenting these six months in his ‘Tree house Diaries’.  Among his other talents are; surfing, painting and set construction.

Nick Weston's enthusiasm for wild food and survival is mirrored through his presentation style, where he adopts a very hands-on approach to his work.  His vibrant, youthful personality, coupled with his characteristic earthy nature and first-hand knowledge gives him excellent all round appeal.

For further information or to book Nick Weston, call us at Speakers Corner on +44 (0)20 7607 7070 or email info@speakerscorner.co.uk

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