Nick de Rothschild
Nick de Rothschild earned a degree in archaeology, anthropology, and art history from Cambridge University. Despite being a scion of the famed Rothschild banking dynasty, he never became a banker. Instead he was a pioneer in the video industry in London, before moving to the New Forest in Hampshire to look after his family’s estate at Exbury, where his grandfather created the world renowned Exbury Gardens. An avid filmmaker, Rothschild occasionally makes movies about the Gardens and likes to think of himself as “the man who lives in paradise.” In his spare time, he enjoys collecting South African flowering bulbs.