Nick Bradshaw is an award-winning journalist for his unique storytelling style.
Now an In-Depth reporter, Nick has a belief to allow the camera to write the story and paint the picture for viewers.
Nick has won an Edward Murrow Award, several Texas AP awards, and National Press Photographer Association awards.
Nick has covered several national stories to include the West Explosion, Hurricane Harvey, Midland Mass Shooting, President Donald Trump Visit to Texas, and The Church Shooting in White Settlement near Dallas.
News has been in his blood since a young child. He remembers watching the Nightly News with his grandparents.
When it comes to storytelling, he believes real everyday people tell the best stories. It’s not unusual for Nick to go find how current events are impacting the community.
He started his TV career at KTAB/KRBC in Abilene as a production assistant in 2001. Later moved to the Newsroom.
Nick worked outside of News for a few years as a Drug prevention specialist. He would go to schools and do presentations. He also worked with the youth at a Juvenile Detention Center. It was there that he would learn the importance of listening and stories.
Something you might not know about Nick. He’s a lover of music. When it comes old country and rock, he can name many songs on the first note.
He loves to travel and visit New York City,
In 2011, Nick went to work for KTXS-TV in Abilene. He started off as a photographer and became an MMJ.
Nick is now telling stories on Texas politics and going In-Depth on the issues that matter to you.