Nick St.Oegger is a documentary photographer working throughout Europe. His interest in storytelling and the natural world was formed during childhood conversations and journeys with his mountaineer grandfather. 

His work explores the relationship between people and their surroundings, often focussing on forgotten communities threatened by modern developmental or environmental concerns. He has spent several years following the impact of a hydropower boom in the Western Balkans. In 2018 he self published Kuçedra, a photo book about Europe’s last undammed river in Albania.

He completed an MA in documentary photography and photojournalism in 2016 at the University of Westminster in London. His work has been exhibited internationally and is held in collections at the libraries of Oxford University, Cambridge University and Trinity College in Dublin.

Selected clients include: Vice, Huck, Reuters, Le Monde, Libération, C41 Magazine, Polityka, De Standaard, Nieuwe Revu, Point.51 Magazine, The Calvert Journal, Kosovo 2.0, Trip Advisor, Culture Trip, and Patagonia.

He is currently based in Sarajevo, and available for commissions and image licensing.