Nick is a musician and media artist who has committed his professional career to facilitating access to artworks for scholarly use and community engagement. As a musician, he primarily plays improvised music on drums and interactive electronics, combining percussion with analog and digital signal processing. Nick has composed music for dance, movie soundtracks, and computer animations by pioneering computer artist Lillian Schwartz. He’s recorded with David Grubbs, performed in Rhys Chatham’s “A Crimson Grail”, and the Boredoms “88 Boa Drum”. In 2012, he curated an exhibition of video art for Lothringer13, in Munich, and he regularly advises on the installation of video and media art work, including the exhibition “Circa 1971” at Dia Beacon (2011-2012). As Distribution Manager at Electronic Arts Intermix, Nick worked closely with artists and art institutions to present video, sound, and other media works appropriately, in ways that preserve the integrity of the work. Having returned to his hometown of San Diego in 2015, Nick now works as Production Manager at San Diego Art Institute, executing multimedia events and installing media art works for exhibitions. Nick is the Executive Director of SPACE TIME, an organization dedicated to the presentation of time-based artworks in San Diego.