Nicolas Job was born in 1976 and has lived in Brest for the past 10 years. He spent his childhood in Syria and in Tunisia, and then in France, where he developed a fondness for the maritime milieu, in particular sailing, becoming a senior French Sailing Federation instructor. From 2004 onwards he developed a passion for underwater photography, rapidly becoming a specialist in the field.
In 2011, on the strength of his experience in the maritime domain and his adaptability in the field, especially abroad, he set up the HEOS Marine agency, specialized in offshore imagery. He then broadened his activity to include Renewable Marine Energies. His far-reaching knowledge of and passion for the maritime milieu have enabled him to bring a strong human slant to his work.
In parallel, he completed a work on underwater wrecks in Brittany (Editions GAP, 2014). His regularly exhibited photographic work highlights the emotional thrill of diving to explore shipwrecks.
2014: Cherbourg | “Cherbourg… Et la liberté vint de la mer”
2012: Plougonvelin | Fort de Bertheaume.
2012: Porscaff | Tonnerres de Brest 2012
2011: Ile de Molène | Spered Ar Mor.
2011: Trébeurden | Festival des mondes sous-marins
2011: Brest | TÉLÉCOM Bretagne
2010: Paris | Maison de la Bretagne
2009: Douarnenez | Fêtes sous-marines
2009: Tregastel | Aquarium Marin
2014: Le Leopoldville, 1929-1944 | Editions du Bout du Monde
2013 : Operation D-Day (US Navy, DRASSM and American Institute of Oceanography)
2010: Des Racines et Des Ailes, Passion patrimoine, Bretagne au coeur.
References: Alstom, GDF Suez, Iberdrola, Offshore Center Denmark, France Energies Marines, Région Bretagne, etc …