nick, nic, nik, nyc, nyk,  nich, nickelodeon, nickel, nicky, nikki, nicki, nikky, nickname, knick, nickerbocker, nick at night, nick at nite,  nickcentric, nickapotapuss, nickodemus, nicodemus, nikodemus, nickademus, st. nick, "st." nick, saint nick, nicolas, nicholas, nickolas, nick of time Nick Steglich is on a mission to become the most widely searched for and found 'Nick' on this planet.  Nick hopes to rank number 1 on the google search results by the year 2010.  Nick is using his knowledge of search engine optimization and a little luck to make this happen. Nick Nick Nick. Go Back To Nick's Home Page. Nick Steglich in all his Glory and Splendor!  Check out TONS of photos of Nick that he uses for dating site profiles, social networking, or just so he has to look at his ugly mug over and over again.
  Nick's Graphic, Photographic and Animated Series' Nick's Photography - Still Life, Macro, Panoramics, Portraits, Action, Time-Lapse and Generally Artistic Stuff Nick's Favorite Things.  And Not Just A Few!  These Are Nick's Most Favorite Nickmade Items - Series, Animations, Random Photoshopped Pictures, Photography, Music... The Creme de la Creme of Nick. Nick's Music - Yes, That's Right, Nick Makes Music, Too!  Hear Nick Here. Nick's NickCentric Lifestyle - Some Might Think That This Is All About Nick's Ego.  And They'd Be Right! Nick. Nick. Nick, and Nick.  Nick's Things to Live & Die For - The People, Places, Things & All Of The Many Reasons Why Life Is Worth Living For Nick Nick's Favorite Places To Visit Online & Off So many Nicks. so very little time.  Here are some other Nicks on this planet, plus some extraneous Nick Steglich links.
  Nickcentriccity is an unusual thing.  When Nick was faced with the challenge of  explaining how he was eccentric - and Nick IS eccentric - he found it hard to sum up.  So nick put together this website to help explain. Nick Steglich is a man of many talents.  Nick enjoys art in nearly every form it comes.  Colors excite Nick.  Music moves Nick.  Motion envigorates Nick. Nick hopes to Nickify the entire world.  Nick wants his name out there and he is going to employ every tactic he knows. Nick is omnipresent.  Mostly, omni-looking-for-a-cute-girl-to-marry.  So here are soem links to Nick's social networking and dating site profiles.
  Nick has worked for UMass Amherst, Positronic Design, Gavity Switch, and a multitude of other freelance clients including Salem Cycle, Pedipress, Ferdie's Soccer-Magic,  and Bentley College Nick's friends and family mean everything to him.  Nick's sister Kirsten is absolutely one of the most intelligent and talented people he knows.  Nick's parents, Helmar and Nanine are the whole reason why Nick is so deeply steeped in the visual and technical arts.  They are wonderful people and Nick loves them with all he has. Nick's friends are like his family.  Matt Natti, Dan Shuman, EJ Dawson, Scott Gasper, Andy Gerard, Kate Ferris, Pearl Annis, Mike Golson, Jon Morris, Rick Burnett, Jeremy Waltz, Yan Campbell... Nick loves them all. There are several places where nick feels most at home; places where Nick goes to get away or feel stable or  get back to being Nick.  These are places like Mt. Pollucks, Mutti's House, Tuckerman's Ravine, Crocker Park, Mt. Auburn Cemetery and Salem Willows.

Matt.  Nick's best friend of all time and the sourse of so much inspiration in Nick's life.Matt. is my other half. He is everything and nothing like me. He embodies the kind of person I have never been able to be and have always wanted. He is also the reason for many of my most favorite pastimes like skateboarding, snowboarding and rock-climbing. I met Matt as a Freshman in highschool, just after he had made a name for himself by way of "permanently borrowing" people's - and more specifically, teacher's - hood ornaments. Both of his parents were teachers in the Marblehead school system, so it was a bigger deal than normal and a lot of people knew of him for that. Well... that, and the fact that he was a drama geek/skater punk. Conversely, I was a shy-ish little geeky kid who never deviated much from the norm. I had a small group of friends and was never really good at making new ones. I think that it was Matt Ulrich who initially introduced us. They lived near each other and I ran into them one day when they were making plans to hang out after school. They invited me along to go screw around on Natti's launch ramp. I had just gotten into skateboarding - very loosely, and WOW did I suck. We all kinda sucked anyways. But we started hanging out more and more, going skating together and trying to learn new tricks. He was an unusual kid, and misunderstood by many. But Matt has always had this sprite-like charm about him, and despite any shortcomings he has had, he always manages to find the good in the situation and helps others to see it too. That is one of the best things about a Matt Natti.

We hung out nearly ever day after that initial meeting. He introduced me to all of his friends, one in particular being Dan Shuman who went on to be one of my very best friends of all time. But besides people, Matt introduced me to a litany of other experiences and many of them we shared together, often for the first time. It was a friendship built on trust, mutual understanding, learning and sheer adventure - skateboarding to Gloucester one day, hiking up Tuckerman's Ravine and snowboarding down, driving to New Hampshire to go snowboarding or see the NH girls, winter camping, Woodstock 93, building ramps... I could go on and on. We did everything together. We became so inseparable that people started calling us by the other's name, and we would respond! I will still turn my head if someone calls out for "Matt". We could, as good friends can do from time to time, finish each other's sentences - and often, not even have to speak at all because we already knew what the other was thinking. He is the closest thing I could imagine to having a brother and the farthest thing I could imagine to having an enemy.

Our many years together have been spent in a variety of different ways. Matt is a traveling man - always on the move, always seeking out a new adventure. I have always been rather grounded and content staying where I was. As such, Matt has taken off for years to travel around, while I have stayed behind to try and build a base. Neither of us have been wildly successful, but we are both at least happy. In one of my rare moments away from my base, when I was in California with my ex, the timing was right that I got to meet up with both Matt and Dan for Thanksgiving. I actually cooked an entire Thanksgiving dinner - turkey and all the fixin's - for our little Thanksgiving away from home. But the point is that we are the very best of friends no matter where and no matter when. As any great friendships have in the past, we have had our bumps in the road and our misunderstandings... especially when we were young, new to each other and still establishing our bounds. And though they were trying times, they ultimately only made our friendship stronger.

Today, nearly 20 years into this friendship, Matt is one of the very few people who I would trust with my life. He is still and will always be my very best friend and I count myself as blessed for having met him. He really has been a huge part in my process of becoming me. And to this day, he still badgers me into doing things that I would normally brush off for the sake of my inhibitions. He still pushes me to go beyond my comfort zone and live life a little more fully. And he is still always there for me whenever I need a friend - despite his living on the other side of the planet. I am a better man for knowing him and his friendship is one in a trillion, and I will love him as a friend and a brother until the day I die.

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