Posted on April 10, 2013
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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Posted on April 5, 2013
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 video is being aired on Nick Elliott Press Office TV, but in the meantime just sit back and enjoy The Forbidden…
Posted on March 30, 2013
Last year we brought you news of an interview with Nick by DJ Wisecat from Radio Gets Wild and a couple of weeks ago they met up again for return match.
DJ Wisecat aired the interview a couple of days ago, but if you missed it, here’s your chance to listen in again:
Posted on March 27, 2013
Posted on March 22, 2013
Nick will be taking on the responsibilities of Director of Photography and Picture Editor, advising on photographic content and providing his usual style of classic images.
Posted on March 6, 2013
37,684 people converged at the NEC on 3-6 March for Focus On Imaging, Europe’s biggest annual imaging show.
Nestled on the wall of one of the professional stands was Nick’s fabulous image of Slash which, deservedly, attracted a lot of attention.
Appearing in the exhibition for leading photographic paper manufacturer, Hahnemühle FineArt, Slash was part of the showcase for Offbeat Publishing.
Posted on March 1, 2013
A couple of days ago Nick was interviewed by Dave Woods on Canadian radio station In The Country, chatting about rock photography, life behind the scenes and what it’s like to be Nick Elliott.
If you didn’t manage to catch it, here’s another chance to hear it:
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Posted on February 11, 2013
Nick has been invited to be part of a unique three-day event showcasing the work of five of the world’s most revered rock photographers.
Château Les Carrasses, in the Languedoc-Roussillon region of the south of France, is to host RockArtWine festival (RAW) in May where Nick will be exhibiting a range of limited edition fine art rock photography.
As well as making several personal appearances over the event, collectors will also have the chance to meet and chat with Nick about his illustrious career and life ‘backstage’.
The other members of the ‘famous five’ photographers invited to the event are: Aubrey Powell, Michael Spencer Jones, Dieter Zill and Denis O’Regan.
Here’s what RAW has to say about it all…
Posted on February 6, 2013
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.