Nick is a well versed photographer and filmmaker, having worked a multitude of positions on both narrative and commercial productions. Graduating top of his class with honors from the New England School of Photography in 2017, Nick spent time honing his craft focusing on fine art, documentary, advertising, and architectural photography and filmmaking. Nick has a unique ability to not only think and function as a director but also as a part of different production departments such as as set dressing, styling, PA, grip, electric, and so on. Nick has always had a passion for all things automotive from circle track to F1 and detailing to mud bogging, and enjoys focusing his skills on this subject matter.
I love creating visual works with a team. Working together to produce something that would otherwise not be achievable by myself, wether it be for commercial advertising or a narrative film is where I thrive. I enjoy the nitty gritty technical aspects just as much as the wild and creative aspects, I love the every changing and evolving nature of a photo or video shoot.
What types of shoots have you done and how did you make them special?
On many automotive shoots with clients I push for a half day or full day of shooting, I enjoy being able to take the time to travel to multiple locations and also break for lunch, on me! Someone is taking the time out of their day to pay me for my services, the least I can do is offer to feed them and get to know them a bit better during the shoot. I like to pose my client (if they’re comfortable with it) with their vehicle after learning more about them and becoming more comfortable.
Awards, honors, and recognitions received
Fine Art Honors - New England School of Photography Featured in multiple Curated Fridge group shows Published in The Flow Magazine Images featured in MTVs Going to Pot Megan Meyers Interiors received the Designer Shine award from Designer Bath with use of my imagery
A fun fact about this photographer
I have a 2012 Audi Q5 that I refuse to let die, I’ve already had to swap the engine due to oil consumption, so I figured since I have the old one I may as well rebuild my first engine. Excited for the learning experience as I’m sure it will be blending my love for the technical and creative just like photography.