Nick Rheinwald-Jones was educated as a writer & filmmaker at Tufts University, UCLA, and USC. After several years writing original screenplays and pilots (including the Academy Nicholl Fellowship-nominated spy thriller Worst Case Scenario), and directing a short film, he decided it might be fun to stage a live interactive spy thriller inside a 1970s bungalow, which led to the creation of 2017’s Safehouse ‘77. Since then, he has written, produced, and directed several other hit immersive shows under Spy Brunch LLC, the company for which he serves as Co-Artistic Director alongside Katelyn Schiller.
Online, Nick’s writing about film and TV has been featured in top entertainment outlets like Vulture, The AV Club, Decider, and Previously.TV, although his finest work on the internet is probably this. He produced and hosted the podcast Making The Sausage, a look at some of the lesser-known aspects of TV production, and he is a regular guest contributor on the hit pop-culture podcast Extra Hot Great. As befits someone obsessed with spy films, he can also make a pretty good cocktail.