Nicole Driscoll is a filmmaker and photographer based in Charlotte, North Carolina. Her projects have been included in galleries and festivals such as Goodyear Arts, The Light Factory, Brooklyn Underground Festival, and The Curated Fridge. In 2014, Driscoll developed Films on Tap, a film festival that pairs local short films and locally brewed beer together. Driscoll currently works as a teaching artist at Studio 345, an after school program for at-risk youth, and a freelancer in the greater Charlotte community.



Art Party 2022, Friday Arts Project, Rock Hill, SC
Wandering, The Light Factory, Charlotte, NC
Revelo, Click Photo Festival, Raleigh, NC
Art for All - I am: Identity, Waterworks Visual Arts Center, Salisbury, NC
Light of Day: Rejects Reconsidered, Lodger, Online Exhibit
Emerging Artists 2022, Dodomu Gallery, Online Exhibit
Saturated, Thirst Art, Online Exhibit

Autumn 2021, The Curated Fridge, Somerville, MA
Nutrient Rich, Goodyear Arts, Charlotte, NC

Off Brand, WAMA, Charlotte, NC


Photography Residency at The Bechtler Museum of Modern Art and The Light Factory (2022)
Art & Science Council Artist Support Grant (2022)
Scope Arts Grant Recipient (2020)
Mecklenburg Creatives Resiliency Fund Recipient (2020)


Salon Des Refuse, Detritus (2021)


Bachelor of Arts I The Art Institute of Charlotte, Digital Film and Video Production (2011)

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