Nicolas is an argentine photographer and anthropologist. He works as senior editor at Photographic Museum of Humanity. His work is focused on long term personal projects Latin America.
BA degree in Anthropology from the UAB (Barcelona, Spain) Photography studies at Centre Iris (Paris, France) and at ARGRA (Argentina).
In 2011 he received a National Grant from INCAA for develop a project about Archaeological Sites in Argentina.
His work has been featured in NY Times Lens Blog, De Spiegel, Bloomberg News, Burn Magazine, Emaho Magazine , Lugares and Rolling Stone among others.
Along the way he has received several awards, such as first prize in Repsol Lima Photo 2014, Finalist in Burn for Emerging Photographers 2012 and Top Finalist in Fotovisura 2013 edition.
He has exhibited collectively in PhotoEspaña-Brasil 2013, Sao Paulo; Colorful Ghizou 6th China International Photo Festival; PhotoEspaña 2013, Madrid, Fotografia Latinoamericana Contemporanea; Miami PHM Art Basel(2012); Lima, Peru (2012) Miscellaneous Cultural Center and Los Alamos Gallery (Barcelona, 2006-2007) and PhotoPro’s Gallery (El Paso, Texas, USA, 2009) Individually in Vendrazanne Gallerie d'art (Paris, France, 2008); Metales Pesados (Santiago, Chile 2103); Casa Florida Fotografia Contemporanea (Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2013)
His photographs have been exhibited in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Peru, Venezuela, France Spain, USA, India & China.
Based in Buenos Aires, he currently works as a freelance photographer. At the same time he works on photographic projects independently.