You don't understand functional breakdowns, do you? Once again, having a strong tertiary and neglecting the auxiliary doesn't necessitate that he's an N type. An INFP who uses Fi+Si to the exclusion of poorly developed Ne would still be an N type, despite using the S function more often. If you're going to argue for INFP, you need to show evidence of Ne and/or Si use, of which there is very little. You're relying way too much on MBTI's oversimplification of Jungian functions.
Neither NFP type uses Ni.