Nicholas Lodge is one of the top instructors in the current generation of sugarcraft artists. The author of numerous books, Nicholas teaches and demonstrates his unique skills around the world. Over the years his teaching tours have taken him to twenty-six different countries, and has introduced sugar art into unlikely places such as India, China and Fiji. He is internationally known, not only for his unique skills in sugar art, but also for the quality of his demonstrations and classes, at which he inspires enthusiasm in everyone who attends.
The International School of Sugar and Confectionery Arts teaches all levels and aspects of sugar art, cake decorating and cold porcelain. The International Sugar Art Collection is the division that manufactures and distributes over 400 specialized tools and equipment used in creating sugar art and cakes. The school, offices and product distribution are located in Norcross, Georgia, just a few miles north of Atlanta, which has been home for Nicholas since 1991.
In addition to the school in Georgia, Nicholas also has a sister school in Tokyo, Japan. Nicholas spends his year teaching and traveling between the two locations, as well as teaching special classes held throughout the United States and around the world.
The International Sugar Art Collection, (ISAC), was founded in 1992 by Nicholas and his business parnter Scot Ewing.