Nicholas Price has been commissioned by and has collaborated with many prestigious entities including Fortune 500 Companies, educational
establishments, institutions and non-profit organizations. His work has been featured in numerous media outlets including The Boston Globe, L.A.
Times, USA Today - Life, Fox News, and on National Radio.
Notably, Nicholas was granted unique access to photograph the human story behind the men and women of the U.S. Air Force. The eighteen-month
project was remarkable in that Nicholas, a civilian and artist, was granted unprecedented access and absolute artistic license to cover every corner of
some of the largest military installations in the country. Over 8,000 photographs were taken of which 60 were painstakingly selected in recognition of
the Air Force's 60th anniversary, which not only include the works in a special presentation to the President of the United States but also included a
short touring exhibition that concluded with a 6-month solo exhibition at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force in Dayton, Ohio. These 60 fine art
black and white photographs were acquired by one of the world's most prestigious institutions - the United States Library of Congress.
Nicholas Price's photographic collections have been published in three different books; Nicholas A. Price |A Retrospective, Cleared Hot! An
Exclusive and Personal Journey into The United States Air Force (The Official Companion Book to the Library of Congress collection) and Nicholas
A. Price: 2010. His collections have been exhibited at key events and institutions throughout America, including the Guggenheim Hermitage
Museum, The Springs Preserve, National Museum of the US Air Force, Library of Congress, Lloyd D. George Federal Building, his work is collected
in more than 35 countries.