Q & A. PART 6

Q1. What’s your favourite meal? (JB Coventry UK) A1. Chips and egg with bread and butter. A close second would be a full Monty. Benice is a brilliant cook and she has taught me a few of her tricks. You could eat in Monaco and it would be as good as her home-made chips and egg. Q2. What’s the last book you read? (A…

Q & A. PART 5…

Q1. How often do you buy new clothes and is there anything that you wish would come back into fashion? ( A.Stephens Dorset UK) A1. I buy new clothes regularly, I like to create my own fashion, but I would like to see proper heavy duty Levi denim make a come back. Q2. Who was the worst and the best musician or band to…

The women behind Elliott studios. Part two.

>As the saying goes behind every great man… Here at Elliott studios ,Nicks team play an important role in ensuring every aspect of the studio runs smoothly and to perfection. Nick appreciates his team so much that he wanted you to know a little bit more about them, and what makes them so special. UK TEAM ANNIE BROOKES Annie (60), plays a prominent role…

Q & A. Part 3

Q1. What is your biggest regret in life and how has has it affected you? (Tracey J Cambs UK). A1. Regret is not in my vocabulary! Everything that I have done, either good or bad was necessary to bring me here to where I am today. Q2. If you had a superpower what would it be? ( T.A. Leicester UK) A2. Insight into the…

All I want for Christmas is you…

Nick loves a bit of stuffing and a mince pie afterwards. It’s that time of year again when we reflect on the year that has passed, trim the tree, and appreciate the most important people in our lives. With a time of hope, love, sharing, and bringing happiness to others, it’s one of Nicks favourite times of the year. Nick and the Elliott team…

Ch….Ch….Changes….

Much needed changes taking place at elliottstudios, all in the capable hands of the elliottstudios team, We have transformed the website into a real visual treat. The press office has been replaced with the Nick Elliott Official page, To bring a refreshing new look. And Nick has been very busy updating his portfolio and adding new collections of fine art photographic work many of…

The Marmalade spreads great music…

A cold, wet, dark evening was decidedly warmed up as Nick met up for supper with four great friends at a pub in Skegness. It’s been awhile since Nick has seen Sandy and John Newman, but the re-connection of these close friends was evident over a couple of JD’s, in the surroundings of a cosy pub.The friendly chatter didn’t last long as an 8…

Festival Too Kings Lynn UK…

The remarkable thing about the Kings Lynn Festival Too is not the exceptionally top quality artist’s  that came to play, or the 6000+ strong crowd, or the wonderful outdoor central venue of Kings Lynn.  The remarkable thing about this festival is that it’s free! Nick was personally invited to shoot the headlining act ‘Cast’ and Marty Pellow, by the organisers of the festival.  Nick…

Shooting The Summer

Autumn is officially here and we’re in a reflective mood. The summer has been remarkably busy for Nick with the festival season, private shoots, media appearances and the planning of new projects. One of the more unusual events Nick was involved in was Voewood Festival, one of the UK’s top literary and arts. Nick was involved in a very exciting project around the music element…

Nick Celebrates Cambridge Folk Festival At 50

Avid readers of Nick’s news room may already know that Nick has been involved with the Cambridge Folk Festival since 2000, working at the festival with various clients and also using it as the subject for his debut book: TEN-A Decade In Images. This year, the legendary festival reached 50 fabulous years and Nick was once again on site to participate in the celebrations and photographically record the occasion.