Thank you for taking the time to look at my website.
From a foundation in photojournalism, I have slowly migrated into portraiture.
The aim of my work has always been the same, that each person has a story of their own to tell – and it is my role to record it – in the short privileged time I have to spend with them.
Portraiture of people and the landscape involves taking the familiar and relooking at it, and enabling a different view of the world to be seen by others.
I hope that you enjoy the work that I have done over the years – and the new work too!
Nicola Kurtz is an international award-winning portrait and documentary photographer.
Her portrait series of the 65th meeting of the Guinea Pig Club was published in "The Sunday Times Magazine" and also exhibited at the Hunterian Museum ( The Museum of The Royal College of Surgeons) and is now part of their permanent collection and also an image was exhibited in the "War and Medicine" exhibition at the Wellcome Trust.
Her work in Pakistan on abandoned babies cared for by the Edhi Foundation was published in "The Sunday Times Magazine"
Winner of the Amnesty International Media Award for Photojournalism in 2005 for her work "Flames of Desperation" published in The Sunday Times Magazine.
She has had two solo exhibitions at the National Portrait Gallery in London, "Authors of Murder" and "Leading British Environmentalists" both sets of work are in the NPG permanent collection.
Published in numerous journals and newspapers included The Sunday Times Magazine, The Independent, Stern, Le Figaro.
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