Nick Stoubis is musician, producer, composer, session-player, author and educator. He is a professor of practice at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, CA where he has taught since 1997 and is the Chair of the Studio Guitar Program in the Division of Contemporary Music. He has coauthored four books with Mel Bay Publications, including: GUITAR FOR STUDENTS: A Method for the Classroom and Private Student (by Rick Schmunk and Nick Stoubis), PLAYING THE BLUES: Blues Rhythm Guitar (by Nick Stoubis and Steve Trovato), FINGERBOARD MASTERY: Scales and Arpeggios, Book One (by Frank Potenza and Nick Stoubis) and FINGERBOARD MASTERY: Scales and Arpeggios, Book Two (by Frank Potenza and Nick Stoubis). As a solo recording artist he released MOSAIC: The Music of Greece and The Burbank Tapes EP for Aegis Infinity Records. He also composes and records music for television which can be heard on networks such as HBO, NBC, CBS, Fox, Univision, HGTV, Showtime, TVland, Lifetime, GSN, SyFy, Oxygen, Animal Planet, TLC, OWN, SPIKE, Nat Geo WILD, National Geographic Canada and TBS among others (click here for a list of television work). He has written and recorded with artists such as Jaden Smith, Willow Smith and Teo and is a sought-after producer and session musician.