Photographer Nick Cobbing comes from a background in photojournalism, with a twenty-year career working for newspapers and magazines.
His experience in storytelling was guided by photo-editors and journalists at many of the world’s best known magazine titles, Nick is a contributor to National Geographic Magazine and member of The Photo Society – a community of National Geographic photographers.
He enjoys applying his love of storytelling to wildlife and nature photography, in a mission to add context to wild stories and to deepen our understanding of this planet’s natural systems.
After becoming spellbound by his first Arctic photo assignment in 2000, he’s since joined fifteen Arctic expeditions to photograph stories about the unique polar environment and Arctic science for National Geographic Magazine, Geo, Science Illustrated, the BBC and many others. He’s worked as a photo guide in Antarctica over five seasons.
His work has been awarded at The World Press Photo contest, Pictures Of the Year and American Photography, he has exhibited widely, often to policymakers and government departments to further awareness of issues like climate change and ocean acidification.
Nick is originally from the UK, but after many years working in Scandinavia was lured to Sweden.
Life on a frozen fjord