Posted on October 6, 2017
Since the Nick Elliott Academy for Photographic Art launched earlier this year, a lot of people have taken advantage of the introductory 10% discount offer and enjoyed a one to one mentoring session with Nick via Skype.
Now, Nick has added a series of street photography workshops in Cromer and Hunstanton on the beautiful North Norfolk coast when he will share the secrets of how to take stunning images. Read More
Posted on May 17, 2016
With an estimated 40% of music venues having closed over the past 10 years, Nick is releasing his ‘Keep Music Live’ t-shirt for general sale to raise awareness of the growing problem.
Part of Nick’s ‘UK Tour’ range of rock apparel, many of you may have seen Nick sporting his unique t-shirt over the last few months, but it will now be available for others concerned with this latest statistic to buy.
Keep Music Live t-shirt is available in size small, medium and large in black, grey, and vintage white, for £28.95 and can be purchased from Nick Elliott Store.
Posted on December 9, 2015
For those of you who aren’t aware, Nick is the official photographer for the greatest rock radio station on the air…Planet Rock….and he spent last weekend shooting their third rock festival, Planet Rockstock 2015, in Trecco Bay, Wales.
Posted on October 1, 2015
After many requests from collectors of Nick’s fine art, he has decided to release a series of limited edition wall art of images that are non-music related or shot solely as an art project.
The Wall Art Collection includes unique images captured by Nick during his time on the road and are available as A3 and A2 fine art prints, limited to an edition of 50, for only £125 and £195, respectively.
Posted on October 1, 2015
We’re delighted to announce that Nick’s world-first exhibition, Size Matters, has been nominated for a prestigious industry award.
The exhibition featured some of the world’s most famous musicians and was reproduced as individual free-standing exhibits measuring 8x5m by leading digital printers, Structure-flex Limited, who has been shortlisted in the wide format printing category of The Digital Printer Awards.
Posted on September 23, 2015
Nick was invited to participate in a really interesting arts project in his hometown of Peterborough, Cambs, recently and last week it was all unveiled.
Peterborough artist Luke Payn transformed a selfie of Nick, along with 199 others, into unique portraits that illuminated glass and brickwork in the city’s Cathedral Square.
Posted on September 4, 2015
Nick found himself being interviewed by ITV reporter Kate Prout during the filming of his cameo appearance in The Guardian. It was aired live on 31st August but, if you missed it, you can watch the ITV Anglia News’ story here: