Featured Image – September

This month’s featured image is Sinead O’Connor.

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Sinead O'Connor

Featured Image – August

This month’s featured image is of singer songwriter Lesley Curtis.

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Featured Image – June

This month’s featured image is Peggy Seeger.

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Peggy Seeger 14th July 2013

Publishing Partnership Rocks

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L to R: Barry Wilderoder (Off Beat Lounge), Mark Overton (Off Beat Lounge), CAT (CAT PR), Nick Elliott

Over the last few months, negotiations with specialist rock art publisher, Off Beat Lounge, have been underway to publish a collection of Nick’s images as limited edition fine art.

We’re delighted to announce that a deal has now been reached and a collection of Nick’s images will shortly be released as fine art and also as unique table top collectables.

More news will follow as it happens but, in the meantime, here is the press release from Off Beat Lounge to explain it all:

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New Site For A New Era

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Like Nick pushing the boundaries in the world of rock photography, his studio team has been working hard to reflect this in a brand new website to take him into a new era.

Nick’s new website combines his online portfolio and details of his regular shows and exhibitions with his online press office bringing the latest news and information about Nick and his work.

An exciting new addition is the inclusion of a store offering visitors the chance to purchase fine art prints, books and collections online.

Take a look around and tell us what you think!

A Summer’s Day With Peggy

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Kerry Harvey-Piper, Nick and Peggy Seeger

What better way of spending a lovely summer’s day than sharing it with a legend of the folk world?

Regarded a one of the most authoritative voices in folk music, Peggy Seeger, is acknowledged for her exceptional renditions of Anglo-American folk songs and for her activist song writing, with Gonna Be an Engineer and The Ballad of Springhill amongst her best-known pieces.

Peggy is currently working on her latest album release and Nick was delighted to be asked by Kerry Harvey-Piper, owner of independent record and management company Red Grape, to shoot the cover and promotional photography for it.

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We’ve got it covered

Continuing our series, The Collections, showcasing a selection of Nick’s images against a backdrop of original music, we’d like to share with the next video: Covered.

The third video in the series features a fabulous collection of a few of Nick’s favourite cover images to a delicate acoustic soundtrack, In The Blink of My Eye, by English folk and country singer-songwriter, Lesley Curtis.

As with the rest of The Collections, Covered is being aired on Nick Elliott Press Office TV.  Hope you enjoy it…

Forbidden Fruit Taste The Best

Earlier in the year we brought you news about a series of new videos entitled The Collections, which showcase a selection of Nick’s terrific images against a backdrop of original music courtesy of some specially invited artists.

The Forbidden is the second video in the series and features a stunning collection of previously unseen images to a fabulous soundtrack, Talking to the Wildman, performed by the absolutely brilliant Irish singer and multi platinum songwriter, Martin Anthony Egan.

The track was co-written with ex-Hothouse Flowers guitarist, Peter O’Toole, and appears on Martin’s wonderful album The Tune, which is available to buy at: www.martinaegan.com

The video is being aired on Nick Elliott Press Office TV, but in the meantime just sit back and enjoy The Forbidden

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The Collections

We have a bit of a treat for you in the making.

We’re launching a series of new videos entitled The Collections, which showcase a selection of Nick’s wonderful images against a backdrop of original music courtesy of some specially invited artists.

The first previews a collection of images from Nick’s debut book, TEN – A Decade In Images, featuring artists from the last decade of the Cambridge Folk Festival.

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Magnificent Mark

Continuing our TEN-A Decade In Images week in the run up to the Cambridge Folk Festival, here is what the BBC’s Mark Radcliffe has to say about it:

‘These warm and evocative photographs perfectly capture the intimacy and authenticity of a warm, evocative, inimate and authentic event. As I look through them I am anticipating going back to Cherry Hinton with even more delight than usual. I was tempted to say that if you wanted to know what Cambridge Folk Festival was like then these pictures say it all but that would be stupid. You have to listen to the music of course. But while we wait for that to happen again in July, these photos whet the appetite splendidly’. Mark Radcliffe