He received a Bachelor of the Arts in Rhetoric from UC Berkeley, focusing on Narrative and Image. This branch of Rhetoric was concentrated on Storytelling, Hermeneutics and Feminist epistemology through the works of scholars like Judith Butler and Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick. He also studied Legal Discourse and Classic Political Rhetoric through stories such as Machiavelli's Prince, Thomas Moore's Utopia and Plato's Republic.
Nikka received a minor in Music, specializing in computer programming and synthesized music. He enrolled in a brand new series of programming classes at UC Berkeley, the Music 158 series. These courses focused primarily on Cycling 74's MAX/MSP language. 
Nikka has designed various electronic instruments. His patches have been published in CNMAT research papers by Professor Rama Gottfried.  Konstantine has designed a desktop game called "Perfect Pitch" to improve players' ability to detect pitch & tones.
His other instruments include video & magnet based melody generators which use Computer Vision to control audio, multi-touch Lemur applications iOS instruments which are controlled through the Accelerometer / Gyroscope and custom sound-processing effects using the Arduino Esplora. He has worked with MIDI as well as Open Sound Control to manipulate audio data.
His musical background includes over a decade of training in classical piano. [✔] Konstantine was also the lead gankeke player in the University's African drumming Ensemble. He studied the Genealogy of musical genres through a Globalist perspective, examining the historical travels of instruments and the spread tuning systems such as Bach's Well temperament.
Konstantine began programming in 2012 at UC Berkeley. His first script turned a game controller into a Theramin. His work consisted primarily of writing Software patches to interact with hardware instruments such as Keyboards and mixers.
Since then, he has specialized in iOS development for a host of applications, including an Augmented reality festival map and a voice assistant for Everipedia named Avery. He has also worked with the DJI Drone SDK to customize flight paths on the Phantom 4 drone. 
During his freshman and sophomore year at UC Berkeley, Nikka competed on the California Golden Bears track team. He competed in the Triple jump, with a personal record of 14.02m (46'). This leap earned him his high school record at Piedmont, California in 2011. After pulling his hamstring four times and frequent contusions, Nikka retired from Track & field. He is currently training for the 1,000 lb club in Squats, Bench press and Deadlift.
Nikka was born in Stanford University on April 7th of 1994. Between ages 4 and 14, Nikka lived in Spain, attending the Catholic school Collegio San Agustin, in Santander. He attended elementary school in Tossa de Mar, a small village on Costa Brava.
Nikka's family breeds Great Danes. They currently have six, named Maximus, Jasmine, Zeus, Xena, Cyrus and Drogo. He is an animal lover, raising organic chickens through sustainable farming practices.
In high school, Nikka was in ceramics with Russell from Up. He was born on the same day as his mother.