Nick St.Oegger (b. 1988) is a documentary photographer from California, whose work explores people and societies in limbo, dealing with themes of identity, memory and the clash of tradition against modernity. Initially working as a news photographer for publications in California, he has spent several years living in Albania documenting a country in the midst of an ongoing transition from one of Europe’s harshest communist regimes. He most recently completed a multimedia project looking at the effects of the M4 motorway on the physical and psychological space in the industrial town of Port Talbot, Wales. This work has been exhibited at the “Altered States” exhibition at the Ambika P3 gallery in London and “In the Winds’ Wakes” exhibition in Port Talbot, Wales. Clients have included: Reuters, Le Monde, De Standaard, Kosovo 2.0, and the Justice and Peace Commission of Albania. Nick currently lives between Tirana, Albania and London, where he recently completed a Master’s program in documentary photography at the University of Westminster. He is represented by Zuma Press.
Documentary, Portrait, Disaster Coverage, Video Production, Video Editing, Backpack Journalism, Photo Editing, Multimedia Production, Still Photography