Posted on May 15, 2011
Posted on May 9, 2011
Posted on May 8, 2011
It may have been a long time in the making but Nick’s debut book TEN – A Decade In Images has finally arrived!
Featuring a collection of Nick’s favourite images from the last ten years of the Cambridge Folk Festival, specialist rock publisher Rufus Stone Limited Editions has produce two versions of a hand-made, hard-backed book for collectors and lovers of Nick’s work to treasure.
Available in a standard edition of 1,000 with a choice of cover (Joan Baez or Robert Plant) and as an ultra-limited extended HARDKASES edition, limited to only 200 and individually signed by Nick himself, the books are available for pre-order now.
If you want to stake you claim, hot-foot it to Rufus Stone’s website to buy your copy now…
Posted on May 5, 2011
Posted on May 5, 2011
For a completely different gallery experience, hop aboard The Barge Gallery in Stratford-upon-Avon who, we’re proud to say, are now showing Nick’s work. In the tranquil setting of the canal basin, the barge is literally in the shadow of another form of art – the Royal Shakespeare Theatre. Alan Thornton, Owner of The Barge Gallery, said:
“It is said that music defines all our lives, conjuring up memories of our past. It could be said that Nick’s images define the music, capturing those moments for life. If that’s the case, it should be said that Nick’s images define our lives, visualising memories of our past.”
Posted on April 23, 2011
Yesterday we had an intriguing meeting with the reclusive, sensational, artist Zinsky and his management. Remarkable artist Zinsky has been so inspired by Nick’s images that discussions are underway about a licence to permit him to produce a collection of oil paintings of Nick’s work in his own contemporary style.
Exciting stuff, so what this space as things develop!
Posted on April 13, 2011
Nick was invited to shoot a VIP gig today when the legendary Paul Rodgers took part in the second Yamaha and Planet Rock Off The Record event.
Taking place at the beautiful Under The Bridge club in Chelsea, Paul played a four song acoustic set, showcasing songs from his time with Free, Bad Company and Queen in a stripped down acoustic format.
He also fielded questions from Planet Rok’s Nicky Horne and a select group of listeners who had been specially invited based on the strength of their questions.
Take a look at Nick’s images of this special event.