Why is Nick teaching you ask?
'I never really look at is as teaching. As a working actor I found it increasingly hard to find work shops or
private classes/professional self taping/headshots/voice over reels/demo reel services with someone who is actively grinding it out day in and day out. As a working actor I understand and know in great detail the landscape of our industry. I found it deceptively frustrating when I'd come across a class I'd like to attend only to find that teacher was inexperienced, ill equiped, hadn't acted, worked, produced, directed in over a decade. It's important for an instructor/teacher/mentor to be on top of his/her game and well in the know. Attempting to teach someone about auditions when you haven't auditioned or been in an audition room in years is just plane wrong.'