Born to a tribe of wandering buffalo on the dusty plains of the midwest, Nick found, through the clever use of editing, that the boring doldrums of day-to-day life among his bison brethren could be truncated into a pretty sick montage sequence.
Though the footage was lost to the great flood of '93, his editorial skills remained, and he has made it his life goal to transform the woefully mundane into full-blown cinematic arousal. Ideally through the use of star wipes. He also owns the trademark to the phrase "fiddle sticks," on which he collects a healthy royalty to this day.
Nick studied film production in college and has spent over 17 years in the industry, beginning as a director of photography and Steadicam operator before transitioning into editorial work 9 years ago, working with agencies like 72 and Sunny, TBWA\Chiat\Day, MTV, David and Goliath, Saatchi, Pitch, Los York, and several smaller boutique agencies and post-production facilities.
Nick's editorial skills have been employed in every stage of production, and as such, he has a plethora of experience in the development stage as well, prototyping from inception many of the projects you can see on this page. He has worked on hundreds of commercial campaigns for global brands such as Adidas, Instagram, Pepsi, Starbucks, Target, Google, Nissan, Xbox, Hillshire Farms, Sonos, Samsung, Pur, Silk Milk, Energizer, Bare Escentuals, and many, many more.
When he isn't cutting it up, you would more likely than not find Nick twiddlin' out a diddy on his gee-tar with couple fingers of bourbon by his side. Neat.
If you'd like to check out some of his more embarrassing work from early on in life, he has made the unfortunate decision of maintaining it on a separate blog. Hey, we all gotta start somewhere, right?