Tobias Nicolai (b.1987) is a photographer based in Aarhus, Denmark. He holds a BA in photojournalism from the Danish School of Media and Journalism and a BA in media studies from Aarhus University and does commissioned reportage and portraits for a variety of clients. Tobias is drawn to the details and aesthetics of the things we think we know and has an endless fascination towards the exoticness of his vicinity. His photography is driven by curiosity with an overall goal to highlight the extraordinary in the everyday and mundane.
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Weekendavisen / Information / BMW / Die Zeit / Euroman / Djøfbladet / Imagine5 / Zetland / The New Yorker / DR / Ekko / Jyllands-Posten / 11Freunde / Politiken / Berlingske / Ud & Se / Børsen / Sinful / Mads Nørgaard / Dansk Erhverv / Vice / The Wall Street Journal / Journalisten / Folkeskolen / 3F / Akademikerbladet
New Danish Photography 01 on Disko Bay Books (2023), Vostok Magazine 41: Light and Color (2023), Jellyfish in If Not Now 02 book (2023), The Ritual in Fisheye Magazine no. 59 (2023), Nothing Left but Healing on Pomegranate Press (2022), The Ritual on I:D Italy (2022), Circles by Booooooom (2022), Currant magazine Fantastic issue (2022), Portfolio on Fisheye Magazine (2021), Photographer Spotlight on Booooooom (2021), 'Closest Things' portfolio on Little Stories (2021), You, Me, & the Moments on Pomegranate Press (2020)
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