Nick White Ltd
London & Norfolk, UK
Highly experienced - a creative & motivated professional with a strong practical approach.
With bases in both London and Norfolk, Nick White is a professional, creative photographer who, for many years, specialised in producing work for the major stock photography agencies (Getty, Image Source, Cultura, etc). As a consequence, he is capable of working in a wide variety of genres and styles.
As a young photographer he photographed monuments for English Heritage and monumental bands for the NME. Now, equally proficient in the studio and on location, he particularly enjoys engaging with clients to give the best possible creative solution to the brief.
Though he admits to a predilection for working with musicians and dancers, he is firmly of the opinion that a well-crafted lifestyles or corporate image can carry an emotional resonance as strong as any contrived image.
In addition, his technical in-camera and photoshop skills extend his range. allowing him to blend art and technique to create polished interiors and superb product shots.
Getty ImagesCulturaImage SourceSignum RecordsDjango BatesMatthew BarleyJulian JosephKings Place FoundationThe South Bank CentreThe ObserverTelegraph MagazineHarpers and QueenAllen & OveryPineapple ContractsThe SixteenNew NoiseAon BenfieldNational GridSkill CapitalPembroke Real Estate
portraiturecorporatestill lifeproducteventsconferencesmusic businesscontemporary dancetheatrical
Studio and location photographyphotoshopretouchingstudio lightinglocation lighting
Solo, & All That, Stark Gallery - Canterbury (An exhibition of work from the jazz archives.)
Solo, Jazz archives and Bear Collages, The Old Vicarage, NNOS - Norfolk, UK
Solo, & all that - jazz photography, The Vortex - London, UK (The venue ended up buying all the pictures)
Group, Sunday Telegraph Magazine Portraits, Royal Festival Hall - South Bank, London, UK
Group, Portraits of British Composers, National Portrait Gallery - London, UK (Along with several black-and-white prints, the National Portrait Gallery also bought a 3D collage I had created of Gavin Bryars)