Internationally renowned rock art photographer, Nick Elliott, has carved out an enviable reputation for producing powerful iconic pieces of photographic art in his own inimitable avant-garde style.
We are delighted that Nick has chosen to support Pancreatic Cancer Action with his new project Twenty Five.
About the project
This is a very personal project for Nick. In January 2019 it will be 25 years since his mother, Coral Elliott, died at the age of 25 from pancreatic cancer only 12 weeks after she had been diagnosed with the disease.
Nick aims to create a ‘living’ project by shooting 25 portraits of notable subjects over 25 months to create awareness of the disease and raise money for Pancreatic Cancer Action.
The style of photography adopted by Nick will reflect his traditional roots and the method of capturing images will incorporate those he used 25 years ago before the digital age, namely film and darkroom processing.
The project will tell that story in words as well as pictures and culminate in a touring exhibition and limited edition book of images from Twenty Five in November 2019, to mark Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month.
Twenty Five aims to raise £25,000 through donations (both private and commercial), and the sale of limited edition images, books, and merchandise, and funds will be collected via this Just Giving page.
Nick has launched a website and blog here – www.twentyfive.life
To support Nick’s work please visit – JustGiving/TwentyFive
After winning several awards, Nick specialised in the music industry photographing some of the most iconic artists in the business and his images have frequently been featured on album artwork as well as being published extensively across the media for over 20 years…
Find out more about Nick – Nick Elliott Biography