Some people are born with artistic talent, others develop it over time – with Nick it is both. From an early age one would find drawings around that he had created, often very attention grabbing with his discovery of the power of color. One just has to look at his recent “baked crayons” art to get a sense of the many media formats Nick works in.
While attending USF, Nick also developed and displayed a keen sense of psychology and how/why people act. Couple this with a strong talent in project management and estimating – Nick brings to TCDG talent in terms of managing and monitoring a project’s budget, specifications, and schedules – all important capabilities to meet the Studio’s brand promises.
You can often see Nick walking his rescue dog Boba in the neighborhood or turning his room into a truly “smart” facility. Also when you see Nick ask him about his Trivia team.
"Love many things, for therein lies the true strength, and whosoever loves much performs much, and can accomplish much, and what is done in love is done well”
― Van Gogh
"Baked Crayon Art" - looks good but doesn't taste good!
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