Nicolas’s interest in photography first stemmed during an eight-month backpacking trip from Ecuador to Tierra del Fuego in 2011-2012. His analog camera quickly became the ideal tool to engage with the world and get to know others and himself. Since then he has quit his job as a translator to become a freelance photographer, and now splits his time between assignments and long-form personal projects.
Nicolas is deeply attached to analog photography, both for the process and end result it offers.
He is committed to making simple, honest images with an emotional and thought-provoking quality, and strives to create engaging visual narratives exploring relationships between people and places.