Nicolas developed a passion for theater and film. He dreamed of becoming an actor. At the age of 8 he quite randomly auditioned for a role in the Belgian hit musical “The Little Prince”, and by everyone’s surprise, got the part for the main character.
When he was 12, his interest switched from theater to television and the love for what happens behind the camera started to grow. Nicolas started making short handycam movies with his cousins at family gatherings, to which he then added his
own music he recorded on a tape recorder. Not so long after that, Nicolas Caeyers won several youth competitions for film, which developed his passion to combine music and film.
At the age of 15 he made it to the Belgian finals for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest with his self-written track.
When he got into the Narafi Film School in Brussels at the age of 18, he filmed a self- portret of his life as a child actor. How day in, day out, he was bullied at school for being a famous national actor. His film went viral
and became a hot topic on several Belgian TV shows.
Nicolas was just 19 when he decided to start a production company to develop his
creative work. It quickly became a full-time job next to his studies, and he started making videos for national Belgian tv-station VTM, MTV, events and famous brands & artists nationwide.
When he graduated at the age of 20, he was able to focus on the job and shift things to the next level. He started working for big music artists such as Thomas Gold, Alesso, David Guetta, Cody Simpson, and the well- known Tomorrowland festival.
Next to film, a strong love for dance music has always been running through his veins… with an added weakness for Swedish productions.
In 2012, he was given the opportunity to shoot a few videos for Axtone Records, following Axwell and Sebastian Ingrosso in Miami during their final performance with Swedish House Mafia. Nowdays, Nicolas is part of the creative team of Axwell /\ Ingrosso.