Please join us for a talk from award winning photographer Nicholas J.R. White on Tuesday 6th February in room F12.

Nicholas is a photographer based in the highlands of Scotland. His long-term projects are centred on landscape. From 2015-2018, Nicholas worked on 'Black Dots', a body of work exploring the UK's network of mountain bothies (remote refuge huts) and the community that inhabits them. Since 2018, Nicholas has been working with Romanian NGO, Foundation Conservation Carpathia, recording their efforts to establish a wilderness reserve deep in the Carpathian Mountains. He has delivered lectures promoting the work of the NGO, and written about the subject in detail for the New York Times.

From 2020, Nicholas has also focussed on home. Working within a small circle of Dartmoor only a few miles across, he has been collaborating with artist Garry Fabian Miller on 'Crucible', a collection of Large Format landscape photographs that aim to visualise Garry's imagined pictures made over the last 32 years. The work was exhibited at Fabian Millers survey show, Adore at Arnolfini Arts, Bristol, UK, in 2023.

Our line up this semester includes award winning international artists, commercial photographers, archive curators and Napier alumni. Hear from them all on Tuesday afternoons in F12. All are welcome.


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  • Venue

    Edinburgh Napier University Merchiston Campus - room F12

  • Address

    Edinburgh EH10 5DT, UK

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