Nicole Buchanan is an artist and graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design with a BFA in photography. Upon graduating, Nicole was one of a few to have her work represented by a gallery in in the Northeast. While Nicole was at school, she was asked by many art galleries and museums to display her work including Harvard, RISD’s museum, Griffin Museum of Photography and more. Harvard was compelled to host Nicole’s work during their Reflections on Freedom, Dr. Walter J. Leonard Black Arts Festival.
Nicole is an enthusiastic, young photographer utilizing her skills and experiences to become a leading photographer, exploring innovative ways to invoke emotional insight into cultural and political events that shape our world. It is these qualities that have prompted many faculty and artistic leaders to praise Nicole for opening up a new field of inquiry among artist within the U.S. and abroad. It is Nicole’s belief that art can be a useful medium to bring light to hot topics in a way that inspires real change. She continues to lead and create with her own school of thought in photography and to inspire change in the world.