Posted on July 18, 2021
Rock art photographer Nick Elliott and Andy Blithe, CEO, director and producer of Aturn Films, took a trip back to Nick’s hometown of Peterborough to continue the filming of ‘The Story So Far’, a documentary based on the unique life of Nick.
The emotional visit started at Nick’s family home in Stanground. Once noticing filming taking place , the owners of the property kindly invited Nick inside to walk the familiar floorboards and stand in his childhood bedroom where all his dreams of photography began. Outside Nick was thrilled to meet his old next door neighbours who still reside there and have seen many changes to the street.
Filming continued at Nick’s Secondary School, the Stanground Academy. It was here that Nick met up with fellow photographer and old friend, David Lowndes. The pair had lots to reminisce about from their editorial photography days when they worked side by side at East Midlands Allied Press. David did a photo shoot to accompany Nick’s interview for the local publications, ‘Peterborough Today’ and ‘Peterborough Telegraph’. Nick was honoured to be invited back to visit the Stanground Academy in the near future to deliver an inspirational lecture to its students.
No trip down memory lane would be complete for Nick, without visiting the Peterborough Lido, Peterborough’s historical open air swimming pool. Although the pool itself was closed to the public, Vivacity kindly organised for Nick to enjoy a private visit. Nick was an expert swimmer, and was even considered to represent the UK in the 1972 Munich Olympics. His swim training and abilities all started at the Lido under the watchful eye of his dad and several professional coaches.
The last stop of the day was a visit to the East Midlands Allied Press building, where Nick’s career began as a editorial photographer for the local newspapers and magazines.
It was a successful day of shooting ‘The Story So Far’. Many thanks to Nick’s PA, the capable Annie Brookes for her organisational skills to make this day a triumph. Listen to Nick talk in greater depth about this exciting and sentimental day in upcoming posts.
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Posted on July 18, 2021
Nick Elliott, rock art photographer, was invited for an interview with Ben Jones, journalist for the ‘Peterborough Telegraph’ and ‘Peterborough Today’ last week.
Nick took time out of his busy schedule to have a good old rabbit with Ben about what he has been up to lately, for a feature in the two Peterborough publications.
The interviews coincided with Nicks recent trip back to his hometown of Peterborough for filming commitments.
If you fancy catching up with what Nick had to say, the interviews will be published in the next edition of ‘Peterborough Telegraph’ and ‘Peterborough Today’ on 22/07/2021, so remember to grab your copy.
“Its quite surreal to do an interview for my hometown local paper, because that’s where my professional career began”. Nick Elliott.
Posted on July 17, 2021
The smell of Honeysuckle hangs in the Norfolk air, the sun is shining and with summer in full swing, the boys are going mad again. Our very own Nick Elliott met up with Andy Blithe, CEO, Director and Producer of Aturn Films, for a whole weekend of mischievous shenanigans to continue the filming of. ‘ 2GoMad In Norfolk’
It doesn’t matter where you live in Norfolk, this delightful duo will be filming the continued series near you.
Nick and Andy’s ongoing filming schedule saw them visiting Brancaster, Burnham Market, Burnham Deepdale, South Creake, and Sculthorpe. Many of the local residents are intrigued by the production, and some are already quite familiar with the ‘2GoMad’ series and are thrilled that filming is taking place in their hometown.
If you live in Norfolk look out for the boys in Penthouse 1 ,and come say hello.
“This series is becoming a bigger production than we initially saw it. Im looking forward to the final edit and distribution to Netflix, Amazon, and terrestrial TV.” Nick Elliott
Posted on July 17, 2021
John Kerrison, a freelance photojournalist for Norfolk Magazine and Norfolk and Suffolk Magazine publications , caught up with our favourite rock art photographer Nick Elliott, at Brundall Bay Marina for a swashbuckling interview onboard Norfolk’s almost famous Penthouse 2 boat.
John has interviewed Nick several times previously for the Norfolk publications, however there was still much to talk about with all Nick’s new and upcoming projects.
Further information will be released shortly regarding the dates of publication so you can read all about it.
“Great to see my dear friend again. John is very good at what he does, so I know it will be a mean interview.” Nick Elliott.
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Posted on July 16, 2021
The 1st of two showreels produced and directed by the talented Andy Blithe of Aturn Films , has had the gate checked and wrapped, ready for viewing. The three minute showreel is packed with previously unseen footage of Rock Art Photographer Nick Elliott doing what he does best.
The showreel will be distributed to various film companies, directors, TV production companies, and Independent Film companies. Its aim is to introduce Nick Elliott to the endless possibilities of the world of moving images. The showreel will also be distributed across the UK and USA to entrepreneurs and venues to support his UK and USA tours.
“It was great fun to do this and it has kinda made me realise how much I have done in this business. Im looking forward to working in this genre”. Nick Elliott
Click on the link above to check it out.
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Posted on July 16, 2021
Nick wowed his Italian fanbase with an extraordinary live interview for Italian mainstream TV and Radio. Nick was thrilled to be interviewed by the delightful Teresa Andreozzi for Italian ONAIR TV and Radio Canale Italia. Breaking down the language barrier was Giuseppe Ciprianio who provided his interpretation services.
Nicks first Italian TV appearance and Radio interview was well received by the Italian public who are proven to be keen to learn a lot more about our favourite UK photographer.
The invaluable Raffy Clementi, who manages Nicks Italian exhibitions and social media presence, expertly organised both TV and radio appearances bringing a little bit more of Nick Elliott to the Italian public.
‘It was a first for me to do an international TV/radio interview. I’ve done many in the UK. It was fantastic to connect with collectors of my work and my Italian fanbase”. Nick Elliott
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Posted on May 17, 2021
1Q. Out of all the things that you do, what makes you the most excited? (Kirsty Sheffield UK)
1A. Knowing that I have got a great shot, after I’ve taken it. I instinctively know when I’ve captured a face melter.
2Q. On the radio you always seem very jolly. What makes you laugh? (A Donovan London UK)
2A. People with good humour, sarcasm and wit. The kind that just bats back-and-forth with ease.
3Q. Do you remember the very first photo you ever took? (Richard Rushby Whitby UK)
3A. That was a picture at the pleasure beach at Great Yarmouth, and it was of the pirate on the rollercoaster. I think it’s still there.
4Q. I live on the west coast of the USA. Will USA Tour come to California? (B Donaldson USA)
4A. Hopefully it will. There are plans for multiple tours starting off in the south east states of USA. Our plan is to do all the states at some point.
5Q. What do you think to the Red Hot Chilli Peppers? (J Carter UK)
5A. I think they are a fucking good band. Would love the opportunity to work with them .
Thank you for all your questions please keep them rolling in. If you have anything you would like to ask Nick please send it to Benicebond@icloud.com.
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Posted on May 17, 2021
Nick and the elliottstudio team were surprised and thrilled to be recognised for an award from Prestige Awards.
The Corporate Livewire Prestige Awards recognise small / medium businesses that have proven to be the best in their market over the past 12 months. The Prestige Award judging panel base their decisions upon areas such as service excellence, quality of products and innovative practices.
“It was a fantastic surprise to be contacted by Emma and Rocky to give us the news. We don’t know who nominated us but it’s great to know that elliottstudios provide a great service to it’s clients.
“We are ready proud of nickelliott.shop. Just going to find my best Rock ‘n’ Roll Jeans for the award presentation party!!” Nick Elliott
The Prestige Awards celebrate businesses and individuals worldwide that constantly offer excellent products and service.
WEll DONE!! nickelliott.shop
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Posted on May 17, 2021
Andy Blithe and Nick have been horsing around in Norfolk with the continued filming of ‘2GOMad in Norfolk.’ The boys have been joined by an additional film crew, freelance cameraman Simon Page and Dylan Knight, to assist with filming.
The ‘2GoMad’ series has kicked off with the pair trying their luck at ghost hunting in the grounds of the historical St Benet’s Abbey on the Norfolk Broads, with the help of paranormal investigator Karl Hardiment.
It’s a closely guarded secret if the ghost hunters actually made contact with the ghostly monk that is said to roam the Abbey, you will have to watch out for the episode to know for sure. One thing is for certain, if you have a ghost in your cottage or see an apparition on your wooden stairs, or get lost in the Bermuda Triangle, call the real Ghostbusters!
Most recently Andy and Nick joined the Knight’s Tower Medieval Combat Group to test their sword fighting skills with this medieval re-enactment company, under the supervision of founder member Lee Warden. The boys usual wiry sense of humour added to the shenanigans which was all caught on camera. Filming continues and the series promises to be a sure hit, if the first edits are anything to go by.
“I’ve really enjoyed the programmes that we have done to press. It’s starting to pick up pace. I’m excited about the long-term future of the projects. It’s going to be mad.” Nick Elliott
Posted on May 17, 2021
Nick has been out on location recently, doing what he does best. Armed with his camera and mask, Nick was out and about with Jon ‘Loser’ Peach to continue his pictorial rockumentary.
Great Yarmouth was the location of a home from home photographic shoot for Jon Peach. Nick spent the day creating magic at the singer/songwriters home, producing images of Jon relaxing in his surroundings during some valuable downtime before his return to the stage in a show stopping performance streamed live from the Theatre Royal Norwich on Thursday 13th May.
The shoot comprised of candid and set shots in and around Jon and Sarah‘s home which provided a wonderful backdrop to the finished images.
“I spent today with Jon and his partner Sarah at their home in Great Yarmouth. It was very successful, and very productive. We have added many more shots to the rockcumentary. Thank you Jon and Sarah for making me feel so welcome.” Nick Elliott
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