Nick Pedersen is a photographer and digital artist currently based in Salt Lake City, Utah. He holds a BFA degree in Photography, as well as an MFA degree in Digital Imaging from Pratt Institute in New York, where he graduated with distinction. He has shown artwork in galleries across the country and internationally, recently including the Los Angeles Center for Digital Art, Paradigm Gallery, and Arch Enemy Arts. He has published two artist books featuring his long-term personal projects Sumeru and Ultima. His work has been featured in numerous publications such as After Capture, Beautiful Decay, Juxtapoz, Hi-Fructose, and Empty Kingdom. In the past few years he also has completed Artist Residencies at the Banff Center in Alberta, Canada and the Gullkistan Residency in Iceland.
“My artwork is primarily inspired by my experience with nature and environmentalism. It is specifically motivated by my concern for the future due to the effects of climate change, sea level rise, deforestation and many other environmental impacts humans have had on the planet. In my images I try to portray this modern conflict between the natural world and the manmade world in interesting and provocative ways.”
AFTER CAPTURE MAGAZINE
“An Interview with Nick Pedersen on his Post-Apocalyptic Series, Ultima”, “Post-Apocalyptic Worlds Go Green”, “Wild Animals Call the Urban Jungle Their Home”, “Ultima, A Fantastically Detailed Vision of the Future”
“Post-Apocalyptic Ecotopias”, “Ultima Series Visualizes Human Civilization in the Future”, “Migration Series Addresses Consequences of Deforestation”, “Sumeru, A Digitization of Epic Proportions”
DIGIFOTO PRO MAGAZINE
ADOBE / BEHANCE
MY MODERN METROPOLIS