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Hey. Thanks for stopping by.

Ever since I was little, I've been trying to create what was in my imagination, whether through words or imagery. My tool of choice used to be a pencil but, once I got a camera in my hands, I never looked back.

My favorite thing to do now is take a concept and bring it to life with a talented team behind me.

Seeing my images bring a smile to someone's face, bring more clients in their doors, get hired, or just fire up their imaginations, is what makes all the effort worth while.

Nicole is a Narrative Photographer who specializes in telling stories. She believes stories are the threads that weave the fabric of life, and her goal is to create a richer world by encouraging people to tell stories of their own, making images that spark the imagination of the viewer.

As a educator and Senior Writer for Fstoppers.com, Nicole uses her experience and knowledge to elevate the industry by helping photographers learn new techniques, strengthen their skill sets, and ask questions about their own process. Her work has been featured in magazines like PUMP and Ellements, and she has been interviewed by The Fashion Photography Podcast and Idea Accelerator, as well as featured in the annual Tether Tools “How I Got the Shot” guide.  


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Interview

Three part interview with The Fashion Photography Podcast where Nicole discusses portfolio reviews, developing a style, marketing, and more.

LISTEN HERE, on iTunes, at Neverland Magazine, or Jute Magazine


Nicole York on Fstoppers

Fstoppers

Nicole is a Senior Staff Writer for Fstoppers.com
Read her articles HERE


Behind the Scenes

See the behind the scenes of The Princess and the Pea in the annual Tethertools How I Got the Shot guide where Nicole was featured.


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Podcast Interview

Interview with Idea Accelerator Podcast of Colorado Springs, where Nicole talks about her journey as a photographer, advice for networking, and how commercial photography is different from other genres. You can listen to the interview on iTunes or at Studio809 Radio.com.