Nicholas James Donnelly (Born 17 May 1988) is a British filmmaker and music video producer.
Nick Donnelly first gained exposure when directing and producing the music video Game Over Female Takeover, an independent video that featured many of the leading female urban artists in England on one video. These artists included Lady leshurr, Mz Bratt, Ruff Diamondz, Cherri Voncelle, Amplify Dot . The video served as the official remix to the record Game Over (Tinchy Stryder song)
In 2011, the two part music video 'Bad Boys Remix' was released, a collaboration between rap artist Swiss from the So Solid Crew and Nick Donnelly that featured many of the most acclaimed artists in the British Hip Hop and rap scene on two videos. Bad Boys Remix 1 featured Blak Twang, Klashnekoff, Akala (rapper) amongst others, while Bad Boys Remix 2 featured Charlie Sloth, Krept and Konan and others.
In October 2011, Nick travelled to New York to team with Ruff Ryders Entertainment to produce the music video 'Love Thru The Speakers' for acclaimed battle rapper Murda Mook - the first music video from his mixtape 401k that was hosted by DJ Khaled and featured appearances from Akon, Jadakiss, Lil' Kim
Nick Donnelly's first film 'God Save The Queen' was released in December 2015 and featured Motown artist and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Martha Reeves as well as British songwriter Carla Marie Williams who wrote the records Runnin' and Freedom for Beyoncé
Jo Harman's upcoming music video 'The Reformation' is directed by Nick Donnelly.
Nick has also interviewed Lonnie Liston Smith, Suzi Quatro, K. Michelle, Necro (rapper), Sermstyle and Coco O. from Quadron