Born in Montreal and raised in Southern California, Nick’s commercial work spans well-known brands including Skittles, Chevrolet, Virgin America, Porsche, Durex, AT&T, Staples, and Johnny Walker. He also directed the first season of Mack & Moxy, a kid’s TV show produced for PBS and Netflix. His narrative shorts have earned 40+ million views, and he has won the Panavision New Filmmaker Award, the W3 Award, and the Communicator Award.
Nick draws inspiration from the comedy he grew up with – namely, Monty Python and The Simpsons. Physical gags or non-verbal bits are his sweet spot, and he uses expert comedic timing to punctuate a moment that leaves a lasting impression. But it’s his strong instinct for performance and storytelling that’s the secret ingredient to his memorable content.
He truly loves what he does, and that spirit carries through on and off set. Collaborative and cool under pressure, he’s all about working with different people and valuing their creative input. At the end of the day, if the client is happy, he’s happy. Seriously.
When Nick’s not directing, enjoying fancy cheese, or painting along with Bob Ross, he unwinds by teaching his two-year-old daughter to play the harmonica.