Posted on October 30, 2019
Continuing after dark side of my mind Nick has followed up with an equally thought-provoking exploration of his personal experiences of loss￼.
“These images are an expression of my own experiences of personal loss. They are meant to disturb you, they’re meant to shock you, they are meant to upset you that’s what loss represents.
Nick has produced a collection of powerfully hard-hitting and disturbing images depicting his personal loss. Whilst dissecting his own feelings of loss through the years, Nick has pulled on all of his resources to create a groundbreaking, self expressive and visually shocking display of loss.￼
These images are like nothing ever before taken by Nick Elliott. There are a total contrast to his rock art photography, which invoke many personal emotions from the artist himself.￼
The self representation of these images is a total step away from anything Nick has created previously, and it takes him from the viewfinder to the front of the camera.
These images will be exhibited in selected galleries around London and Europe next year.￼
Posted on October 26, 2019
Earl Slick and the founder member of the Sex Pistols, Glen Matlock throughout the summer have been playing to packed venues across the UK as they continue their tour together.
Nick caught up with them towards the end of May at the Waterfront in Norwich picking it up halfway through the tour. Not one more punter could be squeezed into the venue. And The Philistine‘s performed effortlessly to a cheering crowd.
Nick was invited by Earl to do what he does best and shot the whole show, these images will be released sometime next year in a very special picture book project that the two have been working on for the past four years.
Some well known faces in the crowd included Dave Donley and the wonderful Jess Smith, who was Earls guitar tech on the night.
Nick in action at The Waterfront Norwich.
“It’s always a pleasure to catch up with friends that are such iconic legends in the music business. They have had such a massive impact on mine and other peoples lives over so many years.
Nick Elliott Rock Art Photographer..
Nick and Slick do a little catching up…
Posted on October 20, 2019
After nearly a year of negotiations, headed by Nick’s agent, Lee Williams, 13 Limited Edition, never before seen images by Nick are to be showcased on TV, and you have a chance to purchase one of these unique fine art images.
International images TV have accepted 13 previously unseen fine art images created by Nick of music artists including Robert Plant, Lemmy, Blondie, Iggy Pop, Alice Cooper, Joe Elliott, Ozzy Osbourne, Roger Daltrey, Neils Lofgren, and ZZ Top.
The images will be released in an international images TV show, hosted by ex-BBC DJ Mike Reid, early next year on sky TV.
Nick will also be seen on screen with Mike as he co-host’s the show, and takes the opportunity to discuss his career, his life‘s work and his archived collection of unseen images. The art show series is dedicated to a very small, select, elite body of world famous photographers, whom Nick is truly gracious to be considered part of. The likes of Helmut Newton, of Vogue photography fame and Frank Worth, famous for his candid depictions of Marilyn Monroe, Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra, will be shown alongside Nicks work.
”I am honoured that I am considered to be part of a group of world-famous photographers who are truly inspirational and have shaped the world of photography. I am proud to call these people my peers”
Nick Elliott Rock Art Photographer.
Nick’s images will also be available to purchase via the international images TV website.
“ This is a massive acknowledgement to my life’s dedication to my work and the art“
Nick Elliott rock art photographer
Nick pictured here with his agent and friend Lee Williams.
Posted on June 6, 2017
Last month, Nick was invited back onto Mustard TV, in Norwich, to talk about the publication and why he has released a book of non-music related images.
If you’re outside of the broadcast region, or simply missed it when it aired on Friday 26th May, here’s another chance to watch it: Read More
Posted on May 27, 2016
The single is available for download from July 4th but the video is out now and looking, and sounding, wonderful.
So take a peek now…and don’t forget to look out at 29 and 1.09 for Nick!
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:
Posted on February 9, 2015
It’s been a busy start to the year and last week was no exception when Nick was interviewed on Mustard TV, in Norwich.
Chatting on The Mustard Show, Nick talked about his latest book 50Folk, exciting projects for 2015 and life generally as one of the world’s most renowned rock photographers.
If you’re outside of the broadcast region, or simply missed it when it aired on Wednesday 4th Feb, here’s another chance to watch it.
Watch the interview on our TV Channel: https://youtu.be/uQwTITscquY
Posted on November 18, 2014
Nick has been involved in a lot of wonderful projects throughout the year and we’ve already brought you some stories about those in the Press Office already.
One of the shoots that Nick was involved in earlier in the year was Ghost Ships, a personal project featuring Lindsay Barn as one of the models in a fabulous location that, unfortunately, we aren’t able to make public.
Posted on November 11, 2014
OK, we’re early, but the Christmas video Nick guested in at the legendary Pinewood Studios last year for British Country Music Award winner Gary Curtis has just been re-released with additional scenes.
If Every Day Was Like Christmas features Nick in a cast of celebrities including: actor Paul Barber (Denzil in Only Fools and Horses); singer Anne Nolan (formerly of The Nolans); actress Sally Geeson (of the Carry On films); and Brian Murphy (George in Man About The House), amongst others.
Posted on April 10, 2014
Last year we brought you news about Nick being invited to guest in a music video for musician Gary Curtis at Pinewood Studios, the legendary venue that has played host to many huge productions over the years from the Carry On series and Superman to the James Bond film series.