About Nimbus: The School
Nimbus School of Recording & Media is a media and music school located in beautiful Vancouver, BC, Canada. Nimbus was founded in 2009, by Bob Ezrin, GGGarth Richardson, and Kevin Williams. Our founders created Nimbus to train the next generation of music and media professionals.
Nimbus students benefit from 247 studio access and industry mentorship from current music and media professionals.
Our students benefit from 24/7 access to the studios and gear and ongoing mentorship from our faculty, plus networking opportunities with industry guest lecturers and mentor sessions with producers such as Chin Injeti (Eminem, 50 Cent, Drake), DJ Kemo (Swollen Members, k-os), Rob the Viking (Swollen Members, Mad Child) and industry professionals such as Ari Paunonen of Monstercat, Nardwuar, Chris Young (Union Tube & Transistors), Music Attorney Tarek Elneweihi and Music Supervisor Natasha Duprey.
At Nimbus, we equip our students with the skills to create quality content for any industry or medium. We teach interpersonal and life skills as well as music production techniques, visual storytelling and entrepreneurship.
Our goal is to create well-rounded, decent, competent human beings who can bring value, skills, knowledge and the right attitude to any industry.
About Nimbus: The Legacy
The Nimbus legacy began in the late 60s with music legend Jack Richardson. A pioneer and mentor, Jack produced over 240 albums, 27 Billboard charted singles and over 20 Billboard charted albums. He has received 38 gold and platinum awards.
Jack in turn mentored Bob Ezrin and Jack’s son GGGarth, both of whom went on to successful careers as producers.
In 2009, Bob and GGGarth partnered with Kevin Williams to co-found Nimbus. Their mandate is to teach the next generation of content creators in the same way that they were taught, by passing along the traditions of excellence in audio engineering and music production pioneered by Jack.