Nicolas Blandin is an award-winning French photographer currently based in Germany.
Nicolas’ 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 exploring humans' relationship with their environment.
His work has appeared in publications such as Le Monde and The New York Times, and his new book “Puszca”, a lyrical exploration of the Białowieża Forest, is now available from indie publisher Another Place Press.