Nicolas Teichrob is a Sunshine Coast–based artist who holds a MSc in Hydrology and a unique eye that has picked up over fifty awards 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 anti-oil tanker/pipeline surf and SUP film STAND (2013), Jumbo Wild (2015), Canada Wild’s salmon projection installation entitled Uninterrupted (2017, in prod.), and an art-based ski film called Numinous (2017, in prod.). Further projects include Spun Spectra and SoundGarden, audiovisual installations utilizing projectors, holograms, and natural landscapes to expand our spatial scales of engagement. The creative oceanic hub of Roberts Creek, British Columbia, continues to shape Teichrob’s work and play alike, where he can often be found exploring the forests and waters with a curious perspective.