Posted on June 7, 2012
Posted on January 7, 2012
The book tour continues into a new year and there have been some brilliant compliments received about it.
Although there are too many to share with you, here are a couple that we were particularly proud of….
“Having seen both the HardKase and the hardback edition of TEN, it’s clear that Nick and his team have put together a superb collection of images. The range of performers alone sets Nick apart from his contemporaries, and the quality of the images firmly seats him among the most proficient performance photographers of our time.” Jolyon Mason, Owner
“As usual Nick Elliott has put a high quality product together. From the flight case to the book itself, it feels quality. The Images capture feeling and intimate moments of an artist deep in to their performance.” John Allen, Owner
“A Decade In Images makes you look at the performers in a different way. In some ways, it finds the person behind the performance. This is photography as an artform combined with music as a passion, a potent combination indeed.” Neil King, Editor, Fatea Magazine
The book draws you into the evocative world of black and white photography, capturing the intense moments of time and place occupied by the celebrated artist. The addition of colour creates a prismatic journey that encompasses the whole visual extravaganza. Kate Mason, Oakham
More news about the tour will be coming sortly.
Posted on June 7, 2011
The wonderful St Pauls Gallery, which specialises solely in music wall art, will be representing Nick’s work and we’re really excited about it! We’re getting an exclusive collection of limited edition images together especially for their customers and will let you know when they’ll be ready for you to pop along and have a look at.
In the meantime, here’s what Symon Bland, Owner at St Pauls Gallery, had to say about it:
“We are delighted and excited to be working with Nick as we have admired his work for some time now. His ability to bring these stills to life is testament to his skill behind the lens and adding his repertoire of images to St Pauls Gallery is a pleasure and privilege.”
Welcome to the show!
Posted on March 7, 2011
Posted on January 7, 2011