Delighted to be showing 4 prints from 'Black Dots' at the Royal Photographic Society International Print Exhibition 160. The opens at Photoblock, Old Truman Brewery London 13-16 October.
Great to be involved with Art on A Postcard, exhibiting a couple of prints at theprintspace in London from 12th-24th October. Exhibiting alongsideWolfgang Tillmans, Martin Parr, Simon Norfolk, Chris Steele-Perkins and a number of other selected photographers.
All money raised will go to The Hepatitis C Trust's campaign to eliminate hepatitis C from the UK by the year 2030.
More details here:
Earlier this year I was invited to join Rab in Scotland to be part of their new film, 'The Place of the Gaels'. Filmed by the talented crew at Coldhouse Collective I walked athletes & staff from the Rab US team out to Shenavall Bothy.
The trailer dropped today & the full film is set to be released in October.
Full details can be found by clicking here.
Delighted to have shown some work at The Royal Photographic Society IPE159 at Retina Scottish Photography Festival. Unfortunately I couldn't make it up to see it, but these photos by Jodie Mann Photography are worth a look!
I've got 8 pages in the latest Royal Photographic Society Journal talking about 'Black Dots'. I'm in some good company alongside Sebastiao Salgado, Jim Hollander, David Noton and Rick Findler!
Nestled deep in the heart of Britain’s wild spaces; beneath looming crags and on secluded shorelines, small shelters lie camouflaged against a backdrop of rock and earth. Flickers of amber glimmer in the darkness and the air is filled with the smell of wood smoke, funnelled down the glens by the cold winds of winter. These shelters, or ‘bothies’ as they are called in the United Kingdom, offer precious accommodation for those with a love of wilderness and a desire to explore.
I sat on a Vietnamese sleeper train and wrote a piece about 'Black Dots' for Avaunt Magazine. It was surreal re-living those cold Scottish winter nights whilst trundling through the humid Vietnamese countryside! You can check out the full piece by clicking here.
'Black Dots' has been doing the rounds online lately, and I've been terrible at updating the blog as I've been travelling through Asia with limited access to WiFi! I'm now back in the UK, and so for those of you who are still interested, here's a list of recent 'Black Dots' features from the past few weeks:
Aint Bad - 'Nicholas White'
ignant - 'Camping With Nicholas JR White'
Booooooom! - 'Photographer Spotlight - Nicholas JR White'
Thisispaper - 'Nicholas White: Black Dots'
Paper Sea - 'Black Dots - Bothies Project'
Really pleased to announce that some of my work from 'Black Dots' has been shortlisted for the IPF Photo Prize. It will be exhibited at House of Vans London from 4th-27th of May!
Great to have 'Black Dots' featured in the latest issue of Landscape Stories. You can check it out alongside some fantastic photographers, here:
Plymouth College of Art recently caught up with me as I travel through SE Asia to talk about 'Black Dots' and how it feels to be shortlisted for the ZEISS Photo Awards. They've published the piece on their blog, which you can see here.
I recently headed out to Warnscale Head bothy in the English Lake District with filmmaker Ryan Goff from Coldhouse Collective to film a short piece about the Black Dots project. The film will be shown at Somerset House alongside my work as part of the ZEISS Photo Awards and is currently is available to view online now on the Rab website.
The Black Dots Project is a film delving into the talented world of Nicholas JR White, where his wooden camera makes his photography a work of art. Exploring the British landscape, Nick can be seen documenting glimpses of the peculiarities and personalities behind bothies and the culture that coincides with them. Here, with baited breath and soggy feet Nick braces himself for a typical taste of Lake District weather, high up in Honister Slate Mine, Warnscale Head.
Press play to join Nicholas behind the scenes and experience what it's like to stay in a bothy...
Directed by Ryan Goff of Coldhouse Collective.