Nic Alice Fuller

Who I Am

“Reserved, yet ready to be ridiculous at a moment’s notice.” A friend once described me in this way and I find it very fitting.

Authentic wit, enough love for everyone, dimples; that’s me.  You can call me Nikki. I’m an Irish-American with genetically transferred Catholic guilt and a wicked sense of humor. I’ve labeled myself as a Professional Storyteller because there is nothing I’d rather do than tell a good story or listen to one. I am a writer and a videographer, but most importantly I am an adventurer. When it comes to my calling I believe that the almighty God (Sean Connery) has told me to firstly go out and help others and secondly, give hope through entertainment. When I was younger television shows like ‘I Love Lucy’ and ‘M*A*S*H’ gave me hope through brilliantly told hilarious stories with strong characters; I’d like to produce documentaries and TV shows that positively influence future and current generations in the way that these shows influenced me.


Where I’m From

I hail from the Pacific Northwest which means I’m kin to the forest and rain and I’m not opposed to people doing 1902877_10203971144173474_1482288794723537166_nwhat makes them happy.IMG_4021 I study at the most liberal school in America: The Evergreen State College, and will be graduating in 2016. I’ve lived here all of my life and I love it.  I love the deep green of the trees that surround my home, the smell of the pavement after it rains and the glory of Mt. Rainer in the morning. The PNW, in my bias opinion, is one of the most beautiful places on earth.

Where I’m Going

In April I will be heading back to London (after a decade of longing) to study at the Metropolitan Film School for two months. Once I’m done in London I’ll be going north to Glasgow and then finally landing in Belfast. I want to be able to take in all of the UK and Eire that I can while I’m over there- this is the time of my life where I can pack up and go without leaving any true responsibilities hanging.

Following my undergraduate graduation I will be heading to grad school. Ideally I’ll be heading to Vancouver, BC to study at Simon Fraser or UBC, but I might just have to go farther and see more of the world. I would love to do part of my doctorate in Boston, Massachusetts, but my fortune hasn’t been told yet.  I want to retire as a professor after a long set of entertaining and educating through writing and film.

I’ve been told that future plans don’t normally make it, that there is no way to actually set your future in stone. I’m just going to roll with it. We will see. What happens happens.