Nick Stubblefield is a Brooklyn-based creative specializing in video editing
and music composition. He developed a passion for fusing those two art-forms at an early age, quickly noting that good pacing and rhythm are the key to both music and video editing.
Nick received specialized training in Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, and Avid Media Composer from the Manhattan Edit Workshop in New York City, and has worked in a busy NYC-based post-house. He has managed his freelance video production studio, Bohunkus Pictures, for over a decade.
Nick's love for cinema, great storytelling, and the collaborative process drives his pursuit for full-time work in post-production.
Nick composes music for promotions, jingles, films and documentaries, as well as for classical and jazz ensembles and symphony orchestra. A world class performer himself, Nick has won a number of prestigious awards, including the Louis Armstrong Jazz Award and Ione M. Allen music scholarship.
Recent projects have included piano performance and arrangements for "Evening: 1910," a theatrical production at the Axis Theater in New York. The New York Times praised the musical performances -- "The band is excellent, the sound is full and the show is fast and fluid." His keyboard arrangements were featured in the multi-platform videogame release "ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove" from HumaNature Studios.
Nick earned his music degree at UNC Greensboro where he studied composition under Dr. Mark Engebretson and Dr. Alejandro Rutty. He studied piano under Dr. David Foster.
Nick currently resides with his wife in Brooklyn where he performs regularly with touring bands, teaches music, and composes for a wide range of projects.