Posted on October 30, 2019
Continuing after dark side of my mind Nick has followed up with an equally thought-provoking exploration of his personal experiences of loss￼.
“These images are an expression of my own experiences of personal loss. They are meant to disturb you, they’re meant to shock you, they are meant to upset you that’s what loss represents.
Nick has produced a collection of powerfully hard-hitting and disturbing images depicting his personal loss. Whilst dissecting his own feelings of loss through the years, Nick has pulled on all of his resources to create a groundbreaking, self expressive and visually shocking display of loss.￼
These images are like nothing ever before taken by Nick Elliott. There are a total contrast to his rock art photography, which invoke many personal emotions from the artist himself.￼
The self representation of these images is a total step away from anything Nick has created previously, and it takes him from the viewfinder to the front of the camera.
These images will be exhibited in selected galleries around London and Europe next year.￼
Posted on October 20, 2019
Over the past 18 months Nick has been exploring a revolutionary art project set to take the photographic fine art world by storm, with an innovational look into the dark side of his mind.
“I’ve taken my creativity to another level. This is totally different to anything I’ve ever done before. I have developed emotionally, physically and personally, it’s kinda liberating really”
Nick has explored what makes him tick, and delved into his innermost personal thoughts to capture this innovating concept through the medium of photography, creating exquisite thought-provoking pieces of art.
Nicks images depict his extremely personal neoteric, harrowing conceptions and the restlessness of his creative mind. Shocking but compulsive viewing.
These images are expected to be exhibited alongside his loss project in selected galleries around London and Europe next year.
Posted on September 21, 2016
Nick is often asked about his personal experiences of working in the arts and entertainment industries and already shares many of these on social media.
Now, to give a further insight into what it’s like working as a rock photographer, he has launched his own blog: It’s Personal.
With audio and visual content of his life backstage, adventures shooting, and opinions of topical events, It’s Personal is an online diary that promises to build to be an intimate portrayal of what it’s like to be Nick.
To follow It’s Personal, follow the link: NickElliottRock.wordpress.com
Posted on October 9, 2014
Keeping up with recent developments in technology, Nick’s website has been redesigned with brand new features and interactive capabilities for viewing on all modern-day devices.
An online store continues to offer visitors the chance to purchase fine art prints, books and bespoke furniture and, of course, there is a link back to the press office so clients can all keep up to date with the news.
Take a look and immerse yourself in Nick’s excellent work.
Posted on February 6, 2014
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.
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!
Posted on October 7, 2013
Last week Nick was invited for an interview with journalist Eric Secker who was looking to produce a three page feature on Nick, his life as a rock photographer, and his work, for lifestyle publication King’s Lynn Magazine.
After a very interesting chat, Nick had the opportunity to view what a lovely town King’s Lynn is source some possible locations for future shoots on the Norfolk coast.
The interview will be published in the November edition of the magazine and, of course, we’ll share it with you shortly.
Posted on April 30, 2013
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: www.flickr.com/photos/nickelliottrock