Trusted for his sensitivity for portraiture work, photographer Nick Garcia traveled to three remote areas in Brazil to capture Citi’s involvement with sustainable development projects. During the 3-week assignment Nick worked with Ogilvy Brazil’s creative and production teams, photographing the hopeful images of Citi’s progress-making clients and local residents. “Nick’s versatility made him a great choice for telling our stories in Brazil, which required an eclectic mix of portraits, landscapes, and a bit of photojournalism as well,” said Citi’s production consultant, Roy Schecter. “His photographic skill matched his ability to work in close harmony with our ad agency’s art director and to blend in effortlessly with everyone on the team. These are extra-valuable qualities when you’re working under sometimes stressful conditions in an unfamiliar part of the world. And Nick’s feeling for people and places is evident in the final product.”
Born and raised in Barranquilla, Colombia, lifestyle, portrait and fashion photographer Nick Garcia has been surrounded by photography, cameras, lenses and a sensitivity to art his whole life. He began his training with his father, renowned Colombian photographer Enrique Garcia. Garcia, based in Miami with his BlindLight Studio, has become a favorite among editors and creatives for his ability to understand the intricacies of powerful images. His passion for both architecture and fashion give him a signature edge for image composition.
Miami-based photographer Nick Garcia is a master of capturing the intuitive, the sensitive and the provocative. Recently, he got to show off those photography skills for two stories he shot over a seven-day period for Citi’s new campaign #ProgressMakers that appeared on the Huffington Post. The concept behind the Citi #ProgressMakers campaign was to show national prominent figures with diverse backgrounds and occupations in New York City and San Francisco and how their first jobs helped to develop them into the success stories they are today. The #ProgressMakers concept was easy for Garcia to relate to and to create visually, as he remembered his own early where he started as an apprentice in his father’s photo lab in Barranquilla, Columbia, where he had to cut thousands of photos, learn reproduction and attention to detail.
(Miami, Florida 30 de Julio, 2014) - TVyNovelas, la revista con la segunda circulación mas alta en el mercado hispano de los Estados Unidos, escogió al fotógrafo barranquillero Nick García para fotografiar a artistas de las cadenas de televisión Univisión y Telemundo, que fueron seleccionados para participar en la edición especial de "Estrellas de Verano, 2014". Tres de las cinco portadas de la revista lanzada en Estados Unidos a finales de Julio son obra de García.
Haute Living magazine asked Miami-based photographer Nick Garcia to shoot Brazilian soccer legend Pelé for the June-July issue cover and story spread. Pelé was in Miami for the Hublot Loves Futbol media event to unveil the World Cup Limited Edition watch, and its case designed by Brazilian artist Romero Britto. Garcia and his crew had 16 minutes at the end of a non-stop interview-filled afternoon to get perfect shots of one of the most photographed persons in the last 60 years.
Miami-based photographer Nick Garcia has been recognized by advertising, editorial and corporate professionals for his ability to understand the intricacies of powerful imagery. He has a passion for architecture and fashion, two forms that incorporate design and function, establishing his style with a distinct signature on image composition. He is a master at capturing the intuitive, sensitive and provocative. -
After many many years of hearing I should start this here we go finally giving it a try…. so WELCOME TO MY BLOG! Not sure what will come out of this. I feel way more comfortable behind my camera than in front of a key board and you’ll probably won’t see much text here… but I will share with you some of the cool things I have the blessing of experiencing through my work and some personal insights about photography technology. I think it will also be cool to share with you information about the photography equipment I use for my work and the reasons I use it… I hope it will help starting photographers with the creation of their art and will give some background as to the experiences using it.