Nicole Buchenholz is an award winning photojournalist, editorial and fine arts photographer, and photo editor with over 24 years of experience in film and digital mediums.
As a gifted artist and an experienced professional versed in digital communications, the images Nicole captures as a photographer reflect not only her technical skill but also her talent for storytelling. Her photographs communicate her warmth, sense of humor and honesty. She has an outstanding ability to relate to clients and their professional photographic needs.
In addition to studying digital photography at The School of The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, Nicole has been extensively mentored by renowned street photographer and photojournalist Arthur Leipzig and CBS Cameraman Alexander Brauer, who has covered conflict zones including Vietnam, North Africa, and the Middle East.
Since 1994 Nicole has been solely responsible for the creation of all photographic images in film and digital media for The Association to Benefit Children, a non-profit advocacy organization dedicated to medically fragile homeless children and families. Nicole’s images are used for all promotional and annual report materials and targeted fundraising campaigns including: large format images for the F.A.O. Schwarz “City Visions Campaign, “Homelessness in the Lives of Single Mothers” by Tom Styron, Ph.D., Digital CBS Billboard in Times Square in 2012.
2017-The Children of ABC, June Kelly Gallery, New York, NY.
New Jersey Press Association (NJPA) first place awards: 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998 and 1999. Pennsylvania News Photographers Association (PNP), first, second and third place awards: 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, and 1999.
Cassidy’s Place, New York, N.Y. The Robin Hood Foundation, New York, N.Y. Echo Park, New York, N.Y. The Keith Haring School, New York, N.Y.