Nicolas Teichrob is a Ucluelet, British Columbia, based artist with an M.Sc. in Hydrology and a unique eye that has picked up dozens of awards internationally through his outdoor adventure photography and filmmaking. Teichrob’s projects seek to expand the collective awareness of environmental issues while encouraging outdoor recreation and exploration of our wild places. Visual highlights include the West Coast B.C. surf/SUP environmental film - STAND (2013), Jumbo Wild (2015), Canada Wild’s salmon projection installation in Vancouver, BC - Uninterrupted (2017), and a timeless snow film by Dendrite Studios - Numinous (2017). Accolades include a Canadian Society of Cinematographers CSC Award for Best Experimental/Unique Cinematography (2018), shared with Athan Merrick for their work on Uninterrupted, and NUMINOUS took home Movie of the Year and Best Post Production (Powder Awards), a Leo Award for Best Documentary Cinematography (2018) and a Leo Nomination for Best Documentary Editing (2018). Ongoing research explores various methods of sharing imagery beyond two-dimensions with Spun Spectra, a photographic-sound series of illuminated prints and resonating cedar panels, and SoundGarden, an audio-visual annual installation utilizing projectors, holograms, and natural landscapes to expand our spatial scales of engagement in collaboration with musician Giorgio Magnanensi and others.
www.spunspectra.com / www.dendritestudios.com / www.numinousfilm.com
About filming salmon for Uninterrupted with Athan Merrick