Photographer Talk: Nicholas White

23 February 2018

Region: Headquarters

We're excited to announce that landscape photographer Nicholas White, winner of the TPA/RPS Environmental Bursary, will be discussing his project and book, Black Dots, at Aberystwyth Arts Centre, 6pm on Monday 26th Feb. Images from the Black Dots series are also on display at the arts centre as part of the RPS IPE 160 exhibition. (There will be the opportunity to view the exhibition after the talk).

Nicholas will talk about the development of his photographic work after his first-class BA in Photography from Plymouth College of Art, his use of medium and large format photography, and offer an insight into his new project, in part funded by the TPA/RPS Environmental Bursary which takes him to the Carpathian Mountains in Romania.

Book tickets via the Aberystwyth Arts Centre website: https://uk.patronbase.com/_Aberystwyth/Productions/2Y9/Performances or by calling 01970 62 32 32. Adult tickets £5, students and under 18s £3.


Nicholas White: 
http://www.nicholasjrwhite.co.uk/

Published by Another Place Press in early 2018, Black Dots, is a three-year exploration of mountain bothies (secluded mountain shelters) scattered across the British Isles, most of which are accessible only on foot. It also examines bothy culture and the growing community of bothy-users and volunteers who tirelessly maintain them. 

Alongside the RPS Environmental Bursary, Nicholas White has been the winner of numerous awards including Lens Culture Emerging Talent and Magenta Foundation Flash Forward in 2017, Night Contact at Brighton Photo Biennial in 2014, FotoNow South West Graduate Photography Prize and Magnum Photos Showcase in 2013.

White’s work has been featured in the RPS Journal, BJP, VICE, Creative Boom and many more. He has exhibited in exhibitions across the UK, with work from the Black Dots series showing in New York this coming month.

You can buy a copy of the limited edition Black Dots book here.


Image © Nicholas White, Shenavall Bothy & The Great Wilderness, Scotland