Cinematographer // Director // Editor // Sound Designer
Currently a film student, Nick lives in New York, studying and making films at Binghamton University. In 2014 he worked on many of Binghamton Film Initiative's first films, learning and engaging with Binghamton's finest filmmakers. Since then, he has been on set for over 35 films stretching all over the tristate area; filming with BFI, Binghamton alumni, local production teams and recently Buffalo film students and graduates. Films that he's worked on have been entered into many film festivals around New York including the SUNY Wide Film festival, taking place mid 2015, and the Cornel Film Festival, for which 2 of the films he worked on were nominated for best picture. He also was the sound engineer for Deadly Keys, a film that took second place at Binghamton's own 48 hour film festival.
Nick has also filmed commercials and public service announcements for companies such as State Farm and Catholic Charities. He collaborated with Molloy College and State Farm to create a public service announcement about teen driver safety, using the slogan: "R U up 2 P.A.R?" State Farm used this in collaboration with their Celebrate My Drive Campaign to make teen drives more aware about the importance of being safe on the road.
Nick also works as a freelance wedding filmmaker. Having filmed multiple couple's weddings he's served to capture, and piece together, thus preserving the precious moments the bride and groom share on their special day.
Nick currently lives on Long Island, NY, when he is not studying at Binghamton University.