Nick Oza is an Indian American photographer born in Mumbai. Starting in 2006, he is working with the Arizona Republic as a staff photographer. He specializes in covering social issues, among them immigration, child welfare, gangs, and mental health. Oza was part of the Knight-Ridder team awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Public Service in 2006 for its coverage of the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and 2017 The Wall Project for USA Today. In 2003 and 2005, he was embedded with the U.S. military to photograph the Iraq war for Knight-Ridder. He has received more than 120 awards for his work, including 2018, & 2012 Rocky Mountain Emmy for his video documenting problems in Arizona’s Child Protective Services. His works have been exhibited extensively.
Untitled, Archival Pigment Print, 12"x8", Nick Oza
The print(s) will be sent along with an authentication certificate. They will be made on acid-free, resistant to aging archival Hahnemühle paper, UV resistant inks that can last for more than 100 years in proper conditions. The size specified includes 0.5 inches borders on all four sides. If you prefer without a border or need a larger border, please specify. The print(s) are not framed and will be sent in a stretched form.