Nic is an award winning documentary photographer, multimedia journalist, and teacher.
Nic's photographs have appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Al Jazeera, NPR, Associated Press, and Foreign Policy, El País, and Time. His spot, feature, and general news work has been recognized by the NPPA, CPOY, and Visura. Nic's work has also been presented as documentary evidence of ethnic conflict and refugee displacement, by the UNHCR and DRC in Kyrgyzstan. This work was also recognized by the Open Society Foundation and PhotoPhilanthropy. His work has also been featured at Photoville in Brooklyn, Power House Gallery in Australia, Month of Photography Los Angeles, and on the walls of various venues in the US, Lebanon, and Central Asia.
Along with shooting daily spot and feature news, he also works on long form projects, such as how ongoing water mismanagement and politics continue effecting the nomadic ways of being in Central Asia. In order to begin this project looking at water scarcity in Central Asia he received a university research grant from Ohio University. He has also completed a fellowship with Magnum Photo's Magnum Foundation on an ongoing emergency, during which he began another ongoing project exploring masculinity in American culture.
He is available for assignment. Get in touch, let's see what we see.