Lorraine Degnan and Phil Blankley, directors of Stave Rehearsal Rooms Nottingham LTD, contacted Nick several months ago to discuss a thrilling new proposal which will see Nick back in the rehearsal studios with his camera.
Lorraine and Phil have over 40 years experience in the music business and have built Stave from the floorboards upwards, offering professional rehearsal rooms in the heart of Nottingham for musicians of all genres. Assisting with the company’s development is manager sound engineer, Ian ‘Mole’ Ettridge who has an invaluable role within the Stave Team.
Stave Rehearsal Rooms have seen many mainstream musicians pass through its doors, and have close connections with the Courteeners, The Horrors, Quireboys, Blackstar Riders, Uriah Heap, Ricky Warwick, Diamond Head, Paradise Lost, We Are Scientists, Thunder, The Answer and Airbourne. It also welcomes new up and coming musical talent with Wraith, Unholy Alliance, Knives and Mordhau.
Nick’s new collaboration with Stave Rehearsal Rooms will see him become recommended official photographer for the company and its clients. Nick will provide professional photography, video, location shoots, and bespoke packages for seasoned and new musical talent that step over its threshold.
“This is an exciting opportunity to be part of an incredible team, and shoot new and established musical creatives.” Nick Elliott rock art photographer.
For more information about Nick’s new position and Stave Rehearsal Rooms visit: http://www.staverooms.co.uk
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