Nick is a creative technologist and interactive experience creator, drawing on years of experience working in digital and broadcast media to help create next-generation interactive media and experiences.
Nick moved to New York City in 2010 to pursue a career in media and entertainment and began interning on The Tony Awards in post-production, eventually becoming a junior editor on the show. With a love for technology deeply embedded in Nick's software from a young age, Nick quickly fell in love with the synergy of creative work and technical challenges that post-production environments provided.
Throughout and after his time studying Music at New York University, Nick continued working freelance roles ranging from Post Coordinator to Editor, and Post Production Manager for brands and clients like VICE, The Thanksgiving Parade on CBS, Playboy.com, Glamour Magazine, and more.
In 2015, Nick tried a VR headset for the first time and immediately felt that VR and AR were the larger picture his interests and experiences had been culminating towards all along.
Nick launched Bubble Theorem in the summer of 2016 while working on various virtual reality projects with VICE, and experimenting with others.
Today, Nick works as a Producer at Normal, a VR / AR startup, and spends his free time researching, developing, and publishing interactive and 3D projects and experiments, walking and snuggling his dog Ellie, and making lo-fi jams with the OP-1.