Nicolas Pallay is a film director and a photographer based in Geneva.
His television work includes stories about ecology activists groups in Oregon, Bosnian refugees after the war, Muslim fundamentalism in the Netherlands, medical resistance in Syria and war against daesh in Irak.
Nicolas directed Razor Wire Rodeo a documentary set in Angola, a high security prison in New Orleans and Roger Mc Gowen, death row inmate #889, a story about a death row inmate in Texas. Both documentaries were broadcasted internationally and awarded in human right film festivals.
Nicolas is also a travel photographer, focusing on portraits and street photography. His latest work is about young boxers and afro cuban dancers in Cuba.