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ABOUT NICO...

A creative problem solver that loves a challenge and continues to be open to learning new skills to fuel growth in both professional and personal aspects. He enjoys both print and digital realms, having completed a course in Visual Design he has a new found passion for UI and prototyping.

Early on he was fascinated with design found in nature. Growing up, his favorite toy set was a farm and animal collection. He spent many hours designing different setups and animal combinations. Luckily, the lions were friendly and did not eat their llama or seal friends.

HELLO.

CIAO.

HOLA.

He speaks three languages.

Born and raised in South Africa to Italian parents he grew up learning about the importance of good food, family, nature & diversity. However, contrary to popular belief, he did not have a pet zebra or ostrich growing up. What he did spend a lot of time passionately doing was raise and care for a myriad of feathered friends. At the top of his list were racing pigeons and a striking pair of Eclectus parrots.

His love of nature extends to the plant world as well — often being known as the ‘office plant whisperer’.

Born and raised in South Africa to Italian parents he grew up learning about the importance of good food, family, nature & diversity. However, contrary to popular belief, he did not have a pet zebra or ostrich growing up. What he did spend a lot of time passionately doing was raise and care for a myriad of feathered friends. At the top of his list were racing pigeons and a striking pair of Eclectus parrots.

His love of nature extends to the plant world as well — often being known as the ‘office plant whisperer’.

It seems fate had him born at the right place at the right time. During his teenage years he witnessed the magic and humble governance of the legend, Nelson Mandela. This set a solid base of respect and acceptance for people’s differences and an appreciation for nuanced cultural differences.

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