Nick d'Arbeloff was born and raised in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
After graduating from Georgetown University with a degree in English literature, Nick began a successful career in high technology. In the 1990s, he co-founded one software company and founded another.
As the threat of climate change became increasingly apparent, Nick was invited to train under former Vice President Al Gore in 2006 as a representative of The Climate Project. At about the same time, he took on the challenge of building a new non-profit organization to leverage New England's high-tech legacy and make the region a leader in providing clean energy solutions to the global marketplace.
His first novel, Excessive Entanglement, is a political thriller cleverly described by one reader as "Michael Crichton meets West Wing." While taking the reader on a fun, fast journey from Washington DC to Beijing to the L5 Spaceport, it asks the reader to give thought to how mankind might approach an opportunity to build a completely new civilization from the ground up.
He is currently at work on a second novel; a political thriller involving terrorists who threaten to unleash nuclear mayhem unless the developed world acts to save itself.