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University of Southern California
Contemporary Art Gallery: Assistant to the Directors
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London, United Kingdom · Member since February 2012
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Hi, I'm Nick. I've been a member of Airbnb for 2 years now and have had some amazing experiences staying in some incredible homes from Athens to Berlin, Lyon to Venice, Paris to Budapest, Los Angeles to Amsterdam, London to Vienna, and Istanbul to New Orleans. I really do love this site very much, I use it every time I travel.

I'm going to Madrid, Copenhagen and Berlin this spring and can't wait to stay in some more incredible homes.

I lived in California for 11 years (6 years in SF and 5 years in LA). I also lived in Brooklyn, NY for about half a year, and now I live East London. I work at a young international contemporary art gallery in central London, and hope to one day run my own space focusing on emerging artists working in sculpture, performance, photography, video, painting, and new genres.

I constantly have a travel bug, and love seeing new cities, visiting contemporary art museum, galleries and foundations, hiking and exploring nature, collecting all sorts of visual ephemera, and taking long road trips. I'd like to have visited 40 countries by the time I'm 30.

In my life, I've visited 19 countries:
Mexico, Germany, Turkey, Slovakia, Barbados, Spain, Denmark, Canada, Hungary, Cyprus, Netherlands, UK, USA, Austria, Greece, Sweden, Italy, France, Portugal.

Countries I'd like to visit:
Cuba, China, Russia, Senegal, South Korea, Mongolia, South Africa, Brazil, Argentina, Maldives, Iceland, Belgium, Iran, Tanzania, Kenya, Mauritius.

I promise to always be a respectful and courteous guest, clean and considerate. I want hosts to know they can trust me to take care of their space. I realize how much trust is needed when opening up your home, and make it a priority to respect my host's generosity.