COMING TO AMERICA

Nick’s UK to USA tour is gathering momentum as more tour dates, venues and public appearances are added to this much anticipated event.

elliottstudios continue to be busy preparing the tour merchandise and working closely with Brenda Cline, Nick’s USA management, in securing promotional dates across several US states.

The UK to USA Tour will be kicking off in October 2021, dates and venues have already been provisionally booked in Texas, Missouri, and Oklahoma. Nick will be promoting the event via TV, radio, print, and interviews all taking place stateside prior to the tour commencing.

Negotiations are still in progress for appearances at The Leon Russell Studio in Tulsa, The Woody Guthrie Centre (in conjunction with a Nick Elliott exhibition at this illustrious rock photographers Museum), and several casinos would like to add Nick to their after dinner shows.

Andy Blithe will accompany Nick to continue ‘The Story So Far’ documentary, charting Nick’s unique career and enviable talent behind the lens.

Further information and all tour dates will be confirmed by elliottstudios soon.

A COLLECTION OF ROCK PHOTOGRAPHERS

Nick’s Work is Now Here…

Several months ago Nick was approached by David Trew, director of the reputable clothing company ‘Rock Photographers Collective’, to discuss an exciting new proposal. Now at post negotiation stage, elliottstudios are delighted to announce Nick’s new association with Rock Photographers Collective (RPC).

RPC, an established rock art clothing company, supplies quality hoodies, T- shirts, rock art merchandise, and fine art prints using images from a select illustrious group of rock photographers.

Nick has had the difficult task of selecting just 30 images from thousands of his archived, unseen rock images for the exclusive use of RPC on their extensive clothing and merchandise range.

Nick now joins an impressive and well recognised listing of photography peers, including rock photographers Andy Cotterill, Tony Mottram, and Angela Williams, who was Norman Parkinson’s assistant and her images of Paul Newman, Audrey Hepburn, and Barbara Streisand continue to captivate audiences.

RPC is also responsible for coordinating exhibitions, meet and greet, and Q & A sessions, which Nick is looking forward to participating in.

“I’m looking forward so much to joining this elite band of great photographic artists.” (Nick Elliott)

To see Nick’s work and the opportunity to bag yourself an exclusive unseen rock image, head over to Rockphotographerscollection.co.uk

Happy shopping everyone!

ONE SHEET, ONE MAN, ONE CAMERA, AND A ROLL FULL OF AMBITION

The UK to USA Tour One Sheet…

Nick’s ‘One Sheet’ for his upcoming USA Tour has been expertly designed by South Carolina design and network service industry, Waterscape Incorporated, of Murtle Beach, and elliottstudios could not be any more happier with the finished result.

The One Sheet is being distributed across several states in the USA, which is proving to generate even further interest and bookings for the USA Tour, under the robust management of Brenda Cline CEO of Workhorse 615.

Nick has already selected a compilation of his unique unseen images exclusively for his USA tour and its exhibitions. These remarkable images will be available to purchase as fine art prints and also be transferred onto tour merchandise.

A full list of dates and venues will be officially released by elliottstudios later this year.

If Nick’s UK fan base are feeling left out, there is no need to worry. Negotiations are already in progress for a UK and European tour.

“I’ve spent 10 years trying to crack the American market, since I first went there in 2010. I love the USA and the American people. I’m looking forward to taking Rock’ n’ Roll Nick Elliott style stateside. It’s going to be kicking!” (Nick Elliott)

Size Matters Commemorative Collection

A year after the world first exhibition, Size Matters, a commemorative range of apparel has been released to celebrate the exhibition’s place in the history books.

The awarded nominated exhibition featured some of the world’s most famous musicians and was reproduced as individual free-standing exhibits, unveiled to an audience of 65,000 at Cholmondeley Castle’s Pageant of Power.

The stunning art exhibition of 13 images, each measuring a massive eight meters high, was believed to be the largest outside art exhibition ever – proving that size does actually matter!

The new Size Matters range of apparel consists of tee-shirts, vests, hoodies, and a tote bag, and is now available in nickelliottstore.com from as little as £12.95.

 

CMR Nashville Radio Interviews Nick

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Last October, CMR Nashville Radio caught up with Nick at the Pinewood Studios to talk about Size Matters, fine art and collectable books. Here’s how it went:

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Size Matters Is Award Finalist

DP_Awards_Email_LogoWe’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.

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Media Coverage: Peterborough Presents

Peterborough Presents, an organisation working with local communities to commission and create great art, invited Nick over to his home town for an interview as part of its Artist Spotlight feature.

Chatting about his art form, his successes, and how being a Peterborough born and bred lad helped shape his career, here’s how it went:

Media Coverage: Sign Directions

Media Coverage: Sign Directions

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Media Coverage: Bulk Distributor

Media Coverage: Bulk Distributor

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Media Coverage: The Rhythmic Lounge

Media Coverage: The Rhythmic Lounge

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