Walkley Award winner Nick Greenaway joined 60 Minutes as a producer in 2002.
Nick has worked as a researcher then reporter for the Ten Network and as a current affairs producer for the ABC's 7.30 Report, Four Corners, and Foreign Correspondent programs; Witness for the Seven Network and, since September 2002, as a producer for 60 Minutes.
He graduated from NSW University with a BA Honours degree in 1986.
In 1999-2000 Nick was series producer and a director of The Track a six-hour documentary series on the social history of Australian horse racing for ABC TV.
From mid-2000 to 2002 he was a producer/director of a 26-part international science/adventure documentary series called Next Wave for the National Geographic Channel.
Along the way, projects Nick has worked on have twice been nominated for a Logie Award and three times for a Walkley Award.
In 1996, Chris Masters and Nick won the Walkley for Best International Report for A Coward's War, an investigation into Bosnian war crimes for ABC's Four Corners.
Being a producer on 60 Minutes has offered some extraordinary opportunities.
He has cracked the Tomb of Neferfiti in Egypt with Tara Brown; caught everything from sharks to lions with Peter Overton; chased grey nomads with Charles Wooley; and together with Liz Hayes, produced the exclusive of Schapelle Corby's first interview from her Bali prison cell. Nick says until the day comes when he has to grow up and get a real job, he hopes to keep having fun on the road.