Although originally from Cupertino, Nicole's heart currently belongs to the city of Los Angeles where she has lived since 2005. A life long love of both art and science can be seen throughout all aspects of her life. She is an avid photographer and endlessly curious about the world around her.
Currently she is a featured resident artist at The Hive in downtown Los Angeles.
Since 2005 she has been a Technical Director on the TV show South Park. She has worked on over 100 episodes there, including four Emmy Award winning episodes, as well as the video games The Stick of Truth and Fractured But Whole.
Most recent projects:
Turn Me On at 1162
Participant in Light Grey Art Lab's 2018 Team Sol Norway Residency
Love Your Land at Epiphany Space May 2018
Poison and Prophecy at Sugarmynt Gallery March 2018
Stitch Fetish at the Center for Sex and Culture in San Francisco October 20117
"Art Tech: Using Science to Create Art" Art Heroines Panel at San Diego Comic Con 2017
The White Rabbit Project at Pop Secret Gallery.
Unlocking Wonderland at the Escondido Center for the Arts.
Vendor at the Jackalope Art Fair Pasadena April 2016.
Small wall artist for The Hive Gallery's May 2015 "Line Attack 4" show.
Ongoing collaboration with Surfridge Design.
Jim Henson Tribute Show with LOAF at The Comic Bug.
For the Love of Beer Show with Honey Haus at Select Beer Store in Redondo Beach, CA.
Package Design for Scruffy Goat Shave Soap.
In 2006 Nicole joined Girls Drawin' Girls and acted as their merchandise coordinator from 2007-2013. Through Girls Drawin' Girls she exhibited at:
Galerie Arludik in Paris, France
San Diego Comic Con
MUSE-BOX Los Angeles
Vlad the Retailer Los Angeles
The Hive Los Angeles
The Cartoon Art Museum in San Francisco
Wondercon in San Francisco
New York Comic Con
Meltdown Comics in Hollywood
Flower Pepper Gallery in Pasadena
She was also in charge of organizing Girls Drawin' Girls events at:
Pasadena Chalk Festival
The Automobile Driving Museum in El Segundo
Syrup Loft Los Angeles
Pehrspace Los Angeles
And has had her work mentioned in Girls Drawin' Girls write-ups in: