Nick Gullo is an internationally published author and photographer. In addition to these full-time endeavors he has acted on the television drama, Kingdom, served as a long-running commentator for EBI (elite Jiu jitsu competition), and for the briefest time appeared on the reality show Looking For A Fight. Now putting the finishing touches on a novel. Born in New Orleans, he dealt craps on riverboats before receiving both an MBA and a law degree from Tulane University. Plus, studied creative writing at the University of New Orleans, UCLA, and in numerous workshops.
His photos and ramblings have graced Vice, Maxim, Details and numerous other outlets. Best of all, he's a self-professed geek -- for graphic novels [e.g. Blackhole & Patience], and especially fiction. Top of his list are Thom Jones' short story collection The Pugilist At Rest, Junot Diaz's The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao, and Margaret Atwood's Oryx and Crake.
Nick lives in Newport Beach with his very patient wife (1st grade teacher and artist), and their snarky daughter (loves gummy worms).
Both the podcast and his writing reflect the Zen maxim: 'Be good to all you encounter on this split-second journey and the rest will figure itself out.'
He's an avid surfer and skateboarder and takes regular (very public hahaha) beatings on the jiu jitsu mats.