DVD SET FOR RELEASE BEFORE OCT ONE!!

It’s here!

The new DVD is due for release before October 1st this year.

It’s been a long time coming, but it is eventually here and totally finished, and you’ll be able to buy the DVD on the nick elliott shop before the 1st of October ready to make that special Christmas gift.

This is the DVD version of the whole film from the documentary that we have been filming over the past 4 1/2 years documenting my life past, present and possibly a little bit of the future.

Following a very successful film premiere hosted in Norwich at the city’s famous Forum earlier in the summer, the film runs for one hour 10 minutes and it is presently being hosted and streamed by several of the biggest streaming networks on the planet.

You can own a copy if you were unable to come to the premier in May.

Vist: http://www.nickelliott.photography and click on the Nick Elliott Shop to purchase your copy.

I hope you enjoy every minute!

Nick Elliott Rock Art Photographer..

Make Sure You Keep Listening!!!!

The all new podcast shows are all starting to build, with Show (3) just added to the playlist. Make sure you become a regular listener to the podcasts as we are adding to them each fortnight with the latest interviews and guest.

Show (2) if you missed it!

Show (3) if you missed it!

To listen to all the new and old podcasts, along with interviews and Nick’s radio shows all you need to do is go here…

http://www.nickelliottpodcasts.com

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The Story So Far! The Documentary…

Well! What can I say.

After over 4 years work across many locations, times of day, seasonal weathers, miles on the road, heartbreaking stories, it’s finally finished with a big launch and premiere all booked for May 20th in Norwich’s Forum. It has come to an end.

Well this part of it anyway. There’s is some special sequels planned for later on in the year and into next year, we’re READY!!

The night is planned to be a very special VIP Invite only event with guests from across various media, personalities and friends from various stages of my life.

This will be followed up by the release of the film on DVD in early June this year 2023. This will be available to buy from the Nick Elliott Shop. Just go to http://www.nickelliott.photography

I really can’t wait for the release of this film. It’s been a project that has so much meaning to me, you just wouldn’t believe. There really is so much to say and I hope that this small part of it will open up part of my most complex and strange life.

Nick Elliott Rock Art Photographer

Coming Very Soon!! I Bet You Can’t Wait!!

Nick Elliott “The Story So Far” The Documentary

Nick Elliott Rock Art Photographer

Show 2!! Nick Elliott Podcasts (It’s Personal)

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Well!

Here we are again!

Show 2 of the new season of Nick Elliott Podcasts (It’s Personal)

On which I’m joined once again by my dear friend and radio legend Chris Moore.

We chat again about poetry, creative writing, and delve into the creative world of Album Artwork.

Go give it a listen!

Im sure you will enjoy it.

Nick Elliott Rock Art Photographer

Brand New!! It’s Personal. The Nick Elliott Podcasts.

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The first of a brand new series of podcasts with special guests talking about special subjects and of course a lot of laughs and giggles along the way.

This week Nick is joined my radio Presenter and long time friend Chris Moore, where he talks about poetry and the 50th anniversary of the release of Nick’s favourite album of all time, Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon.

ITS A PERSONAL PODCAST

Nick has started to develop his own personal podcast, for release in the next few weeks.

As Nick has become increasingly in demand over the last few years. His unseen rock images are now being distributed amongst galleries, his controversial Dark Art Projects are causing a stir with fine art collectors, London exhibitions are being organised, and several commissioned projects with high profile music artists, are only a select few of the commitments that Nick and the elliottstudios team are in the process of organising.

With such a hectic calendar, Nick finds there are a lot of topics to talk about. Nick’s personal podcast will include broadcasts from location shoots, his travels, current projects, personal opinions and views on anything that this outspoken rock art photographer wants to discuss.

Sometimes controversial, but still full of the humour, this personal podcast is well worth a listen to catch up with everything that is Nick Elliott.

“ I can’t wait to start getting these podcasts released, I’ll talk about anything and you can keep up with what me and the team are up to.” Nick Elliott.

VINTAGE HAS AN ADVANTAGE

Sebastian Alderete, director of The Music Photo Gallery, has invited Nick to supply some of his unseen, vintage rock images for sale within his gallery.

The Music Photo Gallery at MusicPhoto.net

Nick is in the process of selecting some of his iconic vintage fine art rock images from his archives. Selected images include Motörhead, Metallica, Ozzy Osbourne, The Who, Def Leppard, Iron Maiden, Bill Wyman, Robert Plant and Earl Slick.

After the selection process is completed and submitted, The Music Photo Gallery will also undertake the promotion of Nick’s fine art mages to their market in the USA, Latin America, the Caribbean and Mexico. Nick will be in good company, as Mick Rock, Bob Gruen, and Chris Stein are just a few of the iconic music photographers who already supply to TMPG.

The Music Photo Gallery (TMPG) continues to validate music photography as Fine Art Photography. Representing the most important photographers of music history worldwide, whose work has captured the popular idols. Based in New York City and co- working from Buenos Aires, TMPG creates, produces and develops original cultural content in innovative formats partnering with artists, photographers, filmmakers, curators, producers,and professionals from all related areas, in order to cement the music photography genre as an accepted fine art expression. TMPG is the only music gallery to specialise in vintage, rare, and never seen images, working with curators, museums and international fine art institutions.

“This is such a great opportunity to get some of my unseen images into a gallery with such a remarkable reputation. I’m really looking forward to working with Sebastian and The Music Photo Gallery.” Nick Elliott.

KEEPING IT REEL, ON REEL TALK

Nick has been invited as a guest on New York Reel Talk. Nick was approached by the talented Pamela Sue Mann for an interview which will be talking place at the end of the month.

New York based Pamela is an accomplished musical artist, singer-songwriter. She has released several successful albums and has worked closely with Suzanne Vega, Gerry Leonard and pop music icon Donna Lewis. Pamela has toured internationally with many well respected musical artists. Her music can be heard on International radio, internet, in film and TV.

New York Reel Talk is co-hosted by Pamela, and co-founder Alex Lewczuk, making it an exciting audio treat which encompasses a range of creatives from New York, sharing their music, thoughts and opinions. The show is broadcast Internationally from Southside Broadcasting as a revolutionary transatlantic podcast.

Nick will be talking about his music tastes, his creative art, plans for the future, his up and coming London Mayfair exhibitions, his new Dark Art, and anything else that comes up, in this exciting opportunity to be part of the New York Reel Talk show.

“ I’m really looking forward to working with Pamela and Alex again, it’s been a while since we have had a good old chat. It was Christmas 2021 that we last worked together.” Nick Elliott.

WHAT’S YOUR STORY

Nick has been invited for an interview with the founder and presenter of What’s Your Story, Alex James.

Alex James with Sir Bob Geldof

Nick will be appearing on ‘What’s Your Story’ on 26th May, as he chats candidly to Alex about his life, art, and his plans for the future. The episode will be broadcast on you tube, for you all to catch up with.

Alex interviews individuals who have a story to tell which may inspire and help others. She approached Nick several months ago with a view to interviewing him about his interesting life and how his drive and passion for fine art photography could inspire others.

“I’m really looking forward to having a chat with Alex, I’ve got a lot to tell her!” Nick Elliott.

AN UNHOLY SHOOT

Several weeks ago Nick was commissioned by the heavy rock band Unholy Alliance, for a rather special shoot at the disused airbase, RAF Sculthorpe in Norfolk.

The talented and well respected band have been together for four years and have been rocking audiences around the U.K with their energetic performances. A USA tour is on the cards for September this year which is generating much excitement amongst their overseas fan base.

Ady Bailey’s, distinct lead locals heads up the band, with Nick Jackson-Wynch on lead guitar and support vocals, Richard Griswell, drummer and Michael Tatler, bass guitar. Rising from the ashes of the bands past association with English Dogs, Unholy Alliance continues to demonstrate their creative superiority with original compositions, angry, demonstrative vocals and impressive musical abilities. Unholy Alliance have already notched up two successful albums and continue to go from strength to strength in the music industry.

The band arrived at the bitterly cold, shoot location after a long drive from the North of England. After a brief wardrobe change, it was down to business. Nick seized the opportunity to create some adventurous and unique shots of the band that epitomises their music.

“Sculthorpe is a great location and opportunity to shoot some really exciting images of the band. It’s got a lot of atmosphere and unique hidden corners to get something really face melting for the guys.” Nick Elliott

The shoot went onto the evening time, and Nick continued to shoot with the use of all available light, a technique which he is well know for in his creative fine art.

Once a wrap was called, Nick, the elliottstudios team and the band all went for a well deserved and very tasty meal at one of Nick’s favourite restaurants.

“It was great to work with Unholy Alliance, they are a top bunch of guys. Let’s do it again sometime.” Nick Elliott

IRISH EYES

As Nick’s Irish Tour draws to a successful close, it was time for a little down time to relax and enjoy the local surroundings with some of its charming characters.

Nick has been on a commissioned shoot on location in Kerry Ireland for several days. The purpose of the shoot was to supply album artwork and promo material for Simon Collins new album, out for an Autumn release in the U.K. Simon, Genesis drummer and son to Phil Collins, has been collaborating with Kelly Nordstrom, acclaimed Canadian guitarist, to produce a progressive rock album from Collins Irish studios.

Nick, has travelled to the Emerald Isle to capture some atmospheric fine art images of the duo at several prominent locations around The Republic Of Ireland. Accompanied by Andy Blithe, who is continuing Nick’s documentary of his life story, ‘The Story So Far’ and also documenting the Irish Tour, which has been hailed a resounding success by all participants.

The last day of the tour was an opportunity for everyone to to enjoy some relaxation after several hectic days shooting.

Simon Collins was keen to take Nick and the team to the local pub for some traditional Irish cuisine and beverages. Attracting the locals attention, it gave everyone the opportunity to swap some stories and even Nick swapped T- Shirts with an enthusiastic fan who recognised our world renowned photographer and Simon Collins.

Discussion’s are now taking place for a return trip for further commissioned shoots regarding Simon’s future albums that he is now working on.