Nigel Dickinson works on assignment for such as the New York Times, Stern, Figaro Magazine, the UN and OECD. His work is published in Geo, D Republicca, Marie Claire, Mare, La Vanguardia, GEO, Le Monde, Figaro, L’Express, Choc, Animan, VSD, Vogue, Time, Newsweek, Focus, Marie Claire, The Independent, The Guardian,The Telegraph, New Scientist, Terre Sauvage, Liberation, The Red Cross, Medicins Sans Frontiers, Oxfam, the IEA and the IAEA.
Dickinson's work focuses primarily on the human condition, identity, culture, marginalised peoples and environmental issues. He undertakes all manner of photographic work: from hard news & features, to portraits & cuisine, travel & tourism, campaigns, TV & film stills, aerial & landscapes. From the Sharia in Nigeria to Christians in Indonesia, from portraits of celebrities & company directors to work with street children and living on the rubbish dumps. With press, magazines, UN & ngo’s, he travels & works in Africa, the Balkans, Central & South America, & South East Asia.
In 2000 Dickinson was 'runner up' in the Eugene Smith Award, for his work on Roma Gypsies across Europe. Covering indigenous peoples & deforestation earnt him Bronze award from UNEP in 1992. He recieved an honourable mention in the World Press for his work on Mad Cows in 1997.