Nick Drummond was born in Annapolis, Maryland. Following high school, he attended the University of Maryland (UMD) earning a B.S. Degree in Architecture with a Certificate in Historic Preservation in 2012. Nick has worked as a volunteer field/drafting assistant to Syracuse architect Carl Stearns, high school teacher in the “Architecture in the Schools,” UMD educational initiative in College Park, Maryland and as a design volunteer on the UMD Hyattsville Downtown Design Charrette.
In the summer of 2008, Nick worked as a studio assistant in the Wendy Costa Studio in Starkville, New York. From September 2013 to Summer 2015, Nick worked at the Beekman 1802 Mercantile, Sharon Springs, New York, as a wholesale manager and as Lead Designer for the 181 Pavilion Rehabilitation, also in Sharon Springs.
Nick’s hobbies include vintage cars and furniture (he is an enthusiastic collector of both), design and architecture.
Nick joined the board of the Mohawk Valley Collective in 2014. He is keen to bring all aspects of arts design to the community in general and has a particular interest in showcasing the West Hill School as a community architectural resource.