Nick Bolin is a visual journalist, living in Athens, Ohio. He is an alumni of Ohio University’s School of Visual Communication, where he studied photojournalism. During his studies he worked for the student and local newspapers, Ohio University’s School of Music, WOUB Public Media, and the Athens County Visitor Bureau. Nick has gained experience in editorial photography and has produced images from a variety of events.
As the Ohio University Marching 110 photographer since 2013, he has traveled with the band for multiple domestic and international performances capturing imagery of both the current and alumni bands.
Nick assisted with the production of “Our Town: Athens A Documentary Film”. He showcased his skills in filmmaking, reenactment, and aerial imagery. Nick has worked in broadcast video as a production assistant and cameraman for ESPN.
As the media team leader and photographer for Athens Race for a Reason, he has volunteered his services. He was responsible for managing photographic team coverage of multiple race events, while creating promotional marketing imagery.
Nick has donated images and consulted on page design for the Athens and the Vinton County High School yearbooks. He has also documented the Athens High School Senior Follies since 2012. Nick has helped the Southeast Ohio History Center with historical preservation, documentation, and creating interactive maps of historical locations.