Over 23 Years of Professional Experience.

About Nick Bosco - Creative Director

Nick was born in Pusan, South Korea, but adopted and raised by an Italian family in Chicago, he graduated first in his BFA program (Magna Cum Laude) from Northern Illinois University and is a member of The Golden Key National Honors Society. He was awarded the opportunity to teach undergraduate package design at the Academia de Communicazione de Milano, Italy and worked at an Italian design firm Achillie Ghizzardi Associati in Milano as well. 

In 1997 Nick founded Bosco Design Group. At Bosco Design Group he serves as Creative Director and runs the day to day activities of the firm as CEO. Bosco Design Group has been trusted to help build well-known national brands such as Maxim Magazine, Bud Light, Coca Cola, Spike TV, Stuff Magazine, FHM Magazine, Teen Magazine, Nextel, Nascar, Best Buy, Electrolux Major Appliances, and many more.

Personal Achievements

Nick has also been a working model and actor for the past 14 years and is a long standing member of the Screen Actors Guild and Aftra. You may have seen him guest starting along side Jesse L. Martin on LAW and Order (5-11-07), and on The Sopranos (Season 5 episode 3), etc. Nick is represented by FORD Models in New York, and can be seen in national commercials for MCI, Miller Brewing Company, Maybelline, and print ads for IBM, INTEL, Verizon, Head and Shoulders, American Crew, New York University to name a few.  As an actor Nick worked as a diversity trainer where (throught theater) corporations were able to address internal diversity issues for a better more educated workforce. Some companies Nick has trained are Capital One Bank, New York City Hospitals, and SECO International. Nick is also a singer, dance choreographer, screenwriter, playwright and photographer.   

Most recently he’s been selected by the University of Southern California to be a part of the 4th class of The National Network of Korean American Leaders. The organization is called NetKAL. for more information about that organization, visit www.netkal.org

Nick has also been selected by the Korean Government as a proud member of the 11th class of the Overseas Korean Foundation leadership with other Korean American leaders such as The Honorable Jun Choi Mayor of Edison, New Jersey and the Honorable John Cho, Chief of Staff for city councilman John Liu. For more information about the overseas Korean Foundation visit http://www.okf.or.kr/eng/index.html

He is also an alum of the Rutgers Business School's Entrepreneurs Pioneer Initiative an MBA training program facilitated by the Center for Urban Economic and Entreprenurial Development.