Romania Project Diary - The Ebb and Flow of the Creative Process

For the duration of my ongoing work in Romania, I will be writing a series of articles for On Landscape detailing the creative process. The articles will feature behind the scenes images taken on my D-SLR/iPhone/whatever I happen to have on me at the time as well as pictures taken by the rangers. The first piece is available to view here

Please note, these articles are only available to those with a subscription to On Landscape magazine. 

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These daily excursions saw us leaving the villages behind us and exploring landscapes deep within the project area. The rangers would try their luck with the 4x4 as far as possible, but for the most part, it was on foot. Trudging through tangled forests in waist deep powder, I struggled to find compositions in a confused, seemingly never-ending maze of black and white.
— Nicholas J R White for On Landscape
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Doers of London - The Modern Sportsperson

For the past seven months, I've been working on a fascinating portrait commission across London. Commissioned by Do Sport, the series presents a showcase of the modern sportsperson throughout the capital. The photographs and accompanying interviews will be produced as a photobook towards the end of 2018. Many thanks to the team at DO, producer Tom Whittle and designer Anna Clark from Blunt Crayon.

I'll be sharing a selection of the portraits here on the blog over the next few weeks.

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RPS Environmental Bursary

In 2017, I was awarded The Royal Photographic Society Environmental Bursary in association with The Photographic Angle - over the coming months I'll be working on a new body of work in the Carpathian Mountains, Romania documenting the formation of a new European Wilderness Reserve.

This image was made in January, on one of the first shoot days for the new series. Eyes peeled here for more updates as the work develops.

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Passion Passport Interview

I recently caught up with Passion Passport to speak about Black Dots. You can check out the interview, here. I'm going to be taking part in a Landscape Photography Twitter Chat on Wednesday, brought to you by Passion Passport. More info on their Facebook post below...

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Seeking Shelter: Documenting the UK's Mountain Bothies

Seeking Shelter: Documenting the UK's Mountain Bothies

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"A chance to delve into Nicholas White's unique Black Dots project, documenting the UK's bothy network in stunning large format images.Join Nicholas as he explains how and why he set about capturing these isolated buildings and the people who inhabit them. Explore the thought process behind the work, and Nicholas' relationship with large format photography"

I'll be talking on the Behind the Lens stage at The Photography Show in March with the Royal Photographic Society.

www.photographyshow.com/whats-on/programme/behind-the-lens-theatre

 

Lens Culture Emerging Talent Awards

Thrilled to finally be able to share the news that I have been named as a winner in the Lens Culture Emerging Talent Awards 2017 alongside 49 brilliant photographers from around the world.

Images from Black Dots will be exhibited in New York at Klompching Gallery in March 2018 (details to follow).

To view the work of all the winners, please follow this link:

www.lensculture.com/2017-lensculture-emerging-talent-award-winners

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