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Britain at 6am

A portfolio of photographs by Nick for the Today programme on the theme of Britain at 6am

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Remembering the Genocide

To commemorate the 10th anniversary of the genocide in Rwanda Nick visited the country with the BBC's Panorama team:

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100th anniversary of the Entente Cordiale

To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the signing of this historic agreement the Today  programme commissioned Nick to travel to France to capture images that signify the important relationship between the two nations.

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Brown's Britain: A story in photographs

As the prime-minister-in-waiting ponders the nature of British identity...

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Young Lives

A photo-essay on the obstacles laid in the paths of this generation...

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Oxfam's East Africa appeal

In an emergency appeal, Oxfam warns that millions of people in Ethiopia, Somalia, Uganda, Djibouti and Kenya are fast being pushed 'towards severe hunger and destitution'.

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Recovering in Sierra Leone

Nick's photographs of some of the thousands of victims of Sierra Leone's conflict...

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Hatred and healing 'Missing Lives' in the former Yugoslavia

Over 15,000 people are still missing following the conflict that tore the former Yugoslavia apart in the 1990s setting neighbour against neighbour...

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Mother's Love

Nick's photographs of Isabel Traynor, 50, who lives in the Clydebank area of Glasgow...

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Femmes face a la guerre, dix ans apres

Projection of Nick's photographs telling the story of what happened to some of the women he photographed ten years previously.

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Oh Snap! Why It's Nearly Impossible to Photograph A Woman Driver in Kabul

From 'Browbeat' Slate's on-line magazine's culture blog.

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Scenes from Afghanistan: Women Police Officers, Soap Opera Stars and Drivers That Terrify Men

Nick was sent to Afghanistan to examine by Oxfam to examine the state of women 10 years after the fall of the Taliban. These are the women and stories he encountered.

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Women in Afghanistan a decade after the fall of the Taliban

To mark the tenth anniversary of the fall of the Taliban, Nick travelled to Afghanistan with Oxfam as part of a project to see how life has changed for women.

Portraits by Nick, Landscapes by agencies

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Photographs showing how 'life goes on' in North Korea

These are some of the scenes captured by Nick that offer a rare glimpse of everyday life in the isolated state.

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