One World Pop Culture
Nigel Barker shares how his career working as a photographer for the hit TV show, America’s Next Top Model, which airs in over 140 countries has given him a platform to share issues that deserve global awareness. More important than fashion and entertainment, working with the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation has given his life purpose, especially following the death of his dear friend as a result of AIDS.
24:30 | 2013
Nigel Barker is an internationally recognized photographer who opened his New York studio in 1996. He served 17 seasons as a photographer for the hit TV show, America’s Next Top Model, which airs in over 140 countries, and hosted Oxygen network’s show, The Face. His presence in the fashion and entertainment industries has presented him with an array of unique opportunities, including the creation of his own furniture line, NB1 and NB2 Collections at Art Van Furniture. He has also produced and directed films, documentaries and commercials for high-end Hollywood clients. Through his experience and expertise, his has been honored to spread humanitarian messaging to vast audiences, including partnerships with The Humane Society, Make A Wish Foundation and the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, to name a few.
Visit his website here.