A long time Photo Impact client, Nicol Ragland, has put together an amazing collection of her photography in an exhibition called "INDIGENE - A photographic exhibit exploring humanity's relationship with the wild" Photo Impact had the opportunity to work with Nicol, one on one, printing this show for her. The tones Nicol likes to use were perfect for her preferred paper stock of Hannemuhle Photo Rag 308. Nicol Ragland is a pleasure to work with and she can communicate her vision in a manner that makes it easy to attain what she is looking for in her work.
Native to Oklahoma and currently working in the Los Angeles area, Nicol has been documenting stories that speak to the nature of humanity for the last 15 years. Influenced and informed by time spent with the Indigenous in multiple countries, she continues to engage in a long term photographic and film exploration into humanity’s relationship to culture, the wild, sustainability of the planet and how best we can, collectively, navigate our way towards creative alliances that lead us to interdependence and more appropriate models of change.
As an advocate for social justice, she’s aligned her work to document numerous international non-profit organizations, including, Oklahoma based, World Neighbors.
Her current project, ‘ Indigene’ is a traveling exhibit and multi-media campaign, produced in collaboration with artists, catalysts and visionaries accelerating and emboldening one another to understandings of core human values, the resiliance of sustainability of our natural world and the potential of our technological abilities.
INDIGENE is currently on display In Oklahoma City from April 28th -May 5th. The flyer is posted below with all information and contact numbers. Visit the INDIGENE website at www.indigene.is and other examples of Nicol's work can be found on her website at www.nicolragland.com