Nick is on a mission to heal the world through his storytelling. As writer/director of feature films like SHARP & The Miracle Morning, CEO of Conedera Studios which produces creative educational content, and author of books like 70mph & Chief Executive Artist, he is well on his way to doing just that!

After premiering his first feature film, SHARP, at the age of 23, Nick left Los Angeles to live in the forests of Washington, connect to nature, and make art. But after being hospitalized due to a shoulder injury needing surgery, Nick had a vision. Lying in the hospital bed almost completely unconscious, a voice spoke through him:

“I just want to help people”

So after healing from surgery, Nick left Washington to produce The Miracle Morning – a consciousness-elevating documentary about morning routines – with his good friend and best-selling author Hal Elrod. While traveling the world to document how famous entrepreneurs start their days, Nick built his documentary storytelling practice into a six figure business serving clients in the personal growth industry.

But after reaching a certain level of success as an artist, filmmaker, and CEO, Nick got bored and decided to throw it all away in order to travel full-time in a van and focus on his personal film projects to help heal the world.

Creating Sustainability Around Art/Creativity

You have a gift. You have a special skill/talent that nobody else has. Your purpose is to share that gift. Use it to serve others, solve problems, help people, save the world.

But there’s just one thing standing in your way: money.

Tired of being a starving artist? Trust me, I’ve been there. But after building multiple six figure incomes from my art, I discovered that art and business aren’t all that different. For the last few years, I’ve been coaching artists/creatives on building business around their skills. Whether it’s business, entrepreneurship, monetization, marketing, sales, team-building, budgeting, finances… I’m here to help.

How can I help you align passion & purpose with action?

Here’s what I believe…