Recording artist Nicky Love was signed to DreamWorks Records, USA by music legend Robbie Robertson. Her debut album "Honeyvision". was completed in 2001 and met with critical acclaim. Nicky wrote 10 of the 12 tracks on her album and is signed as a songwriter to DreamWorks publishing.
Nicky was a founding member of the band "The Freaked Out Flower Children", which was signed to Virgin Records, Australia. They toured the live circuit in Australia extensively and enjoyed success with two radio hits from their album "Beautiful People".
Nicky's passion for music and her talent has taken her all over the world. She has worked in the U.S, Europe, Australia and the U.K with international artists such as Tricky, Kylie Minogue, Michael Bolton, and Luther Vandeross.
As a host, Nicky has worked with "Countdown Revolution", a music program that was on the ABC Australia. Nicky hosted live segments, interviewed top celebrities and artists and reported on the latest styles and trends. In working with the show, she had the opportunity to write, produce and direct in the field segments and learn about the process of making a television show. She was also the anchor for an "Entertainment News Show" pilot for the 10 Network Australia.
Nicky began her career as a model when she was discovered at the age of fourteen by Peter Chadwick of Chadwick Model Management in Sydney, Australia. She enjoyed much success as a model, appearing in numerous magazine editorials, catalogues, posters and billboards. She has worked with some of the top agencies in England, Spain, the United States and Japan.
Nicky has appeared in over 40 television commercials and 10 music videos internationally. Through her work in television commercials, she discovered her natural talent as an actress and she has always been at home in front of the camera.
Nicky studied acting at "The Actors Center" in Sydney, Australia and has taken many intensive workshops in Sydney, Melbourne and Los Angeles. In her native Australia she has appeared on television shows such as "G.P" on the ABC and "E Street" for the 10 network.