Nick is a documentary filmmaker and Korean Adoptee. His last project, "Life on Mars," was a VR series for the New York Times, chronicling six scientists on a mission to simulate life on the red planet. He also worked as the cinematographer for “The Argus Project," which premiered at Tribeca Film Festival's Storyscapes in 2016. Nick also co-produced and edited the environmental film, Circle of Poison, which premiered at the DOC NYC Film Festival in 2015 and aired on Al Jazeera in 2016. Currently He is working on a film about korean adoption and identity. As well as a documentary about miles davis’ protege, wallace roney.

| Speaking engagements |

| 2018 |

CUNY Brooklyn, Feirstein Graduate School of Cinema /// Guest Lecturer

UNC Chapel Hill Visual Journalism Program /// Guest Lecturer

Also Known As /// KAD Filmmaker Panel /// Panelist, Filmmaker

New School, Center for Communication /// Dynamic Storytelling Through VR Panel /// Panelist

| 2017 |

UNC Chapel Hill Visual Journalism Program /// Guest Lecturer