Nicholas Pfosi is a documentary photographer, web designer and filmmaker whose personal work explores intimacy at the intersection of drug culture, the Internet, and the media. He completed a bachelor’s degree in Child Studies and Human Development with course work towards a double-major in Clinical Psychology and minor in Multimedia Arts from Tufts University in Boston (USA) before studying photography at the Danish School of Media and Journalism (DMJX) in Aarhus (Denmark).
Having interned for the Boston Globe (USA), the Hartford Courant (USA), and the Mail & Guardian (South Africa) Nicholas's training and approach is grounded in 'hold-truth-to-power' journalism. He values fairness and transparency in his reporting and always questions his assumptions. Narrative is central to his work, which uses text, photographs, video, "found media" and the web to create research-based media projects for a variety of audiences. These projects are often collaborative, iterative and long-term. Nicholas hopes his work contributes to the subversion of social stigma, building towards a more just world.
Nicholas is available for commission, specializing in editorial photography, video production, and digital communications consulting.