Nicholas is an award winning director, writer, and producer with a penchant for personal stories with supernatural twists. His works have been featured in festivals across the US such as The Greater Lehigh Valley Filmmaker Festival, The Jersey Devil Film Festival, and The Magic of Horror Film Festival in the east coast and all the way to Hollywood with The Skiptown International Film Festival and Shockfest Film Festival!
Prior works include his found footage duology Lygophobia and Monophobia, Saturday morning cartoon throwback The Guy, candid Paranormal Investigation documentary A Weekend at the Shanley Hotel, and zombie thriller Bitten.
Since returning to college in Spring of 2020 he’s gone on to create a pandemic produced short film, Intrusion, which went on to win sixteen awards as well as its more uplifting tie-in, Seclusion. Most recently, he's completed his senior thesis film, The Door, which he intends to use as a proof of concept piece to find funding for a feature film after graduation.
A word from Nicholas,
"I'm an award winning filmmaker from The Lehigh Valley. I've been writing and directing horror films for over 8 years. My films have been featured in festivals, won a couple awards, and two have even been assimilated into a found footage film series.
I have a deep passion for film that's been with me ever since I was a kid. Films allow an audience to feel things they wouldn't normally feel in their day to day life, I aim to deliver that very experience.
I have this burning urge to make art and tell stories, film is the perfect medium for that. Whether it's an idea that's way outside of the box or a simple concept with a complex execution, I always keep 3 things in mind: If a film is to bloom with quality and find success, it will require careful thought, relentless dedication, and commitment from start to finish."