Nick Oski has been a passionate filmmaker and musician since he was a child, being formally trained in music composition, and media production. In 2014, he began studying Acting and Music Theory at Manchester Community College, where he produced several short films, and contributed to a number of other independent productions. In 2015, Oski wrote and recorded two original songs with his band, Drained Glory, for the 2017 Hollywood Film Festival winner of Best Breakout Indie Film, "Street the Movie." In 2016, he transferred to Westfield State University, where he Majored in Communications, Media Analysis, and Minored in Film Studies. During his time at Westfield State, Oski wrote and directed several independent projects, as well as formally studied film-writing, production, and non-linear editing. In Spring, 2019, he contributed music and edited two promotional presentations for Covanta Energy Corporation, and graduated Westfield State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications, and a Minor in Film Studies. Since graduation, Oski's short film "Rascals" has been featured in several film festival showcases, including a live screening event in Warren, RI, and a MP Film Award Nomination for "Best Short Film (Under $5,000)". Oski is currently working with his independent production company, Super Moon Studios, on pre-production for their first feature film.