Nick Elliott Academy Opens

Nick has dedicated his life to achieving excellence in the creation of photographic art and now he is launching an exciting new academy to allow exclusive access to his extensive knowledge and experience for the first time ever.

The Nick Elliott Academy for Photographic Art will offer a wide range of courses, workshops, and one to one tuition, giving anyone from budding hobbyists and new entrants into the profession, to students of photography the opportunity to learn how to take creative images.

Nick has previously passed on his knowledge to work placements and photographic assistants but now he will be formally passing on the wealth of incredible experience he has accumulated working with some of the biggest names in rock music and at the very highest end of advertising, fashion, and editorial photography.

Talking about the new academy, Nick said: “It’s not about equipment, it’s about opening up a channel of emotion and passion to develop your unique style. It is important to feel inspired and I want to give people the confidence to look at their art in a new way.

“I’m looking forward to delivering fun-filled and informative sessions that will, hopefully, illuminate a pathway to help people create a unique and very personal body of work.”

A number of one to one workshops are already available in the academy with more being added over the coming months and anyone wishing to book a place can visit www.nickelliott.academy.

To celebrate the launch of the new Nick Elliott Academy for Photographic Art, a 10% discount is available on first bookings by quoting: VIP

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