From here Nick really took an active interest in recording, which led to more complex compositions. Eventually, in order to refocus on the composition rather than actual performance, he started pursuing electronic music. Here he developed an acquaintance and interest with shamelessly electronic music styles and nostalgic general midi synthesizers. For years he focused heavily on electronic music exploring new tools and styles, while putting live instruments on the back burner.
At the same time he was learning computer programming and incorporated this and other odd skills into his composition process. By 2006 he once again returned to performance roots. He sought to combine his past of acoustic instruments like the guitar and violin with his new skills in electronic music. Pushing these two together ultimately led him to find his own style which combined the saw synthesizers with acoustic guitars and puts harps over a bass drum dance beat. Music has remained a passionate hobby of his for all of his life. Presently, he works as a professional software developer, but continues to explore new instruments and styles.
Recently, he has been working on songs with vocals and other ways to grow and change his musical range. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..