Nicolas Teichrob is a Ucluelet, B.C. based artist who holds a MSc in Hydrology and whose unique eye has picked up dozens of awards internationally 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 B.C. surf/SUP environmental film - STAND (2013), Patagonia’s film JUMBO WILD discussing resource development vs first nations and other holistic uses of natural spaces (2015), Canada Wild’s sockeye salmon projection installation in Vancouver, BC - UNINTERRUPTED, which won Best Projection in a Public Space at the DSE Apex Awards (2017), and a visual storytelling feast by Dendrite Studios showcasing some of the world's most talented skiers along with elements of the natural and synthetic world intermixed along the way - NUMINOUS (2017). Recent accolades include a Canadian Society of Cinematographers CSC 2018 Award for Best Experimental/Unique Cinematography, shared with Athan Merrick for their underwater salmon filming with Uninterrupted, and NUMINOUS has been decorated with awards including 2018 Leo Award Nominations for Best Picture Editing and Best Cinematography, Movie of the Year and Best Post Production at the Powder Awards, and Best Cinematography and Best Big Mountain Film at the IF3 Awards. Further ongoing projects include Spun Spectra, a photographic-sound series of illuminated prints showcasing the spectra of spider webs along with resonating cedar panels sharing a sine wave translation of the image; and Sound Garden, an audio-visual annual interactive installation utilizing projectors, holograms, cedar panels and natural landscapes to expand our spatial scales of engagement in collaboration with musician Giorgio Magnanensi.