After studying graphic design at l’école Estienne in Paris and a detour through digital press (La Vague Interactive / iWave) and UX-UI design (CANAL+, SFR, Belgacom), Nicolas designed numerous TV channels in Europe with GEDEON (TF1, France Télévisions, TV3 Catalunya). From there, he embarked on the conception and production of TV programs such as L’Oeil de links (Canal+) or VOXPOP (Arte) and short programs the likes of V.R.A.C. (Canal+), Diary of a Hikikomori (FTV Slash) and Orsay en Mouvements (Musée d’orsay).
In 2016, Nicolas presented an artistic collaboration at the Claude Samuel gallery in Paris and the Maison de la Photographie in Lille with the photographer Pascal Ito. The Musée de l’Orangerie in Paris welcomed him at a ground-breaking event, where he created a VR experience around Monet’s Water Lilies (VivePort Developer Award – Best Art & Culture VR experience in 2019 – Silver Muse Award at the annual meeting of American Alliance of Museum 2019 – New Orleans, Grand Prix at PiXii Festival – Sunny Side of the Doc 2019 – La Rochelle, Grand Prize Winner at Anny Festival 2019 – New York). In 2021, Nicolas continued his museum collaboration, creating two interactive audio-visual works for the Hotel de la Marine and cultural content for the MuseoParc of Alésia, both produced by The Mill/Mikros MPC.