Bio Sherrie Nickol is a New York based photographer who in recent years has been exploring the relationships between people and their environments. She studied photography at the University of Cincinnati and later at the International Center of Photography in New York City. She works out of her NOHO studio in NYC where she manages both her fine art projects and her commercial clients. In recent years she has used her talents to work on projects about people and their environments for various commercial clients: Canon, The Wall Street Journal, Wal-Mart, Philips, GlaxoSmithKline, Sanofi, Bayer, Columbia University, JP Morgan Chase and YMCA. Nickol is currently working on a long-term project she began in 2009 entitled The Citizen Project, a series of portraits of real people photographed in her studio. After photographing more than 1000 people the project came to fruition with the launching of www.citizenstock.com in May 2010. Nickol's photographs are in the permanent collection of the Bibliotheque Nationale de France in Paris. In 2009 Nickol mounted her one-person exhibition 'Crowdscapes' at Temple University, in Philadelphia, PA.