Behind The Scenes at Crazy Love

To bring you a small taster of what’s in store in the second music video Nick starred in at the legendary Pinewood Studios last month, we’ve created a short editorial film to take you behind the scenes.

Nick was asked to play his rock photographer self in a scene shooting a model, played by actress Charlie Evans, and the video will promote British Country Music Association award winner Gary Curtis’ single Crazy love.

We’ll bring you the finished video when it’s released in February 2014 but, in the meantime, here is Nick in action to whet your appetite!

Watch Crazy Love Video Short on YouTube

Penultimate Signing


Nick with The Marmalade’s Sandy Newman and the finished vinyl and CD.

Over the summer Nick was working on a project with a bit of a difference shooting a series of images for Scottish hit makers, The Marmalade.

What’s makes this a little different is that the band wanted to make their latest recording, Penultimate, a special collectors item featuring a series of Nick’s images in a limited edition triple-gate folded vinyl with a 24-page picture booklet and fine art print.

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Pull ‘Em Up

imageIn preparation for the forthcoming release of the limited edition vinyl album by The Marmalade which features a collection of Nick’s images, this pull-up stand has been designed to promote the project.

“Legendary rock photographer, Nick Elliott,” worked on the creation of the images over the summer and we’ll bring more news of the release of the fabulous products shortly.

Metal in Milan

NickElliott Euro Tour

Earlier this year Nick was invited onto The Metal From Milan Show for an interview with radio host, DJ Nik.

Because of his other work commitments, Nick was unable to attend in person so the interview was done over the telephone and broadcast live.

Talking about life as a rock photographer, his role as Picture Editor with Deep Red Magazine and his forthcoming trilogy of fine art books, Nick was his usual entertaining self.

In case you missed it, you can listen again here:

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Getting Wild Again

Nick with John

Nick met up with DJ Wisecat again for an update on what’s been happening since they last spoke 6 months previously.

Here’s what he had to say…

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Marmalade for breakfast

It’s been a busy few weeks for Nick. He has been out and about a lot lately working on a brilliant, fabulous project with Scottish hit makers, The Marmalade.

Shooting a series of images for a collection of promotional material that is retro and modern all in one, Nick has spent the last few weeks on the East coast from the North Norfolk beauty of Sheringham and the sunny climes of Hunstanton to the vibrancy of East Lincolnshire’s Skegness.
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Hollywood welcomes Nick!

011129_1172_0011_lslsHe may not have been there in person, but a couple of weeks ago Nick was interviewed on Los Angeles’ Indies in Motion radio show by presenter Rick Mizuno.

Broadcast on Global Voice Broadcasting, Rick is renowned for his upbeat entertainment and lively conversations by world-class artists representing all things creative.

If you missed the show when it was aired live on 22nd July at 9pm BST / 1pm PST, you can enjoy it again here:

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All Hail To The Al

Al Murray at Planet Rock Nick was commissioned recently for a shoot that was a little bit off the wall.

Although we don’t usually bring you news of everything he shoots, this one was particularly fun so we thought you’d like it.

‘The Pub Landlord’ and legendary comedian, Al Murray, is joining the fabulous Planet Rock presenting a Sunday morning show from 10-12 called Defender of the Planet Rock Tradition from May 26th.

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Nick’s Snap-book

flickr-logo-button-500x500Nick has been looking at producing a ‘snap-book’ of him working for some time so we’ve put together an electronic library of snaps we’ve taken of Nick over the years.

We’ll let Nick explain thoughts behind his project:

“For some time I’ve wanted to do a snap book, just a personal thing, the modern-day equivalent of the traditional photograph album.

“I was initially looking to record some reportage stuff myself but then thought it would be a good idea to include some shots from the archive that have been taken of me.

“It’s not ‘The Nick Elliott Self-Appreciation Society’, they’re just quick grabs taken on phones, compact cameras, so nothing serious really.

“It’s just a record and a bit of fun and I’m planning to update it now and again when the mood takes me.”

We hope you like it:

1800 Online and Counting


Nick spent a really enjoyable couple of hours in the company of radio presenter and podcaster Alan Taylor-Shearer chatting about life as a rock photographer and his life backstage recently.

It was a fabulously entertaining interview so you really should have tuned in!

But in case you missed it, or you just want to enjoy it again, here it is:

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