A bit about Nick.
Nick is the type of person who likes to have his hands in many different cookie jars; notably, that of the guitarist, composer, music producer and stringed instrument maker. He works professionally somewhere within the crossroads of these disciplines.
Nick holds an Honours Degree in Music and comprehensively studied classical harmony privately. He's also studied the art of guitar-making with Master Luthier Sergei De Jonge, having designed and constructed a concert classical guitar under his tutelage.
His musical style and knowledge spans genres, but his current exploration as a guitarist lie at the intersection of acoustic music, classic and contemporary jazz, and progressive rock.
In recent years Nick has expanded his freelancing to include work as a composer (Dusk Dances Dance Festival, Arts Bournemouth University) and as a studio musician (Metalworks Studios, Escarpment Sound, Deschamps Studio). Numerous projects he has worked on have aired on national radio (CBC, Jazz FM, CFRU) and international television.
Nick has been a music educator for around a decade both teaching at and overseeing the lesson program at the world famous Folkway Music in Waterloo, On. He has previously designed courses for Trillium Lakelands District Schoolboard, Wellington County Public Library, Folkway Music and also THEMUSEUM.
Nick is Taylor Guitar Company Factory Certified.
Nick grew up in the Haliburton Highlands and is very happy to have found a home there once again with his family.