Inlay edition prints in store.

Whilst Myanmar is going through yet more troubled times, its hard not to forget that parts of this beautiful country remain calm. This image taken a few years ago now is an edition of ten within each size category, embossed and signed. https://www.jonnicholson.co.uk/shop/the-fishing-trip-1

Whilst Myanmar is going through yet more troubled times, its hard not to forget that parts of this beautiful country remain calm. This image taken a few years ago now is an edition of ten within each size category, embossed and signed. https://www.jonnicholson.co.uk/shop/the-fishing-trip-1

First bromoil print heads off.

This wonderful bromoil print is now on its way to Sweden. It's a one of a kind. Sad to see it go on one hand as I love it. More images like this at https://www.jonnicholson.co.uk/artists/#/bromoil-prints/ and more to follow. They take my amazing printer Anne Campbell a while to do.

This wonderful bromoil print is now on its way to Sweden. It's a one of a kind. Sad to see it go on one hand as I love it. More images like this at https://www.jonnicholson.co.uk/artists/#/bromoil-prints/ and more to follow. They take my amazing printer Anne Campbell a while to do.

Ayrton Senna image

Finally all the work has been completed on the Ayrton Senna image. Here John Cleur of Metro Imaging corrects some colour balance. First print will be dispatched this week. During the winter of 1993/4 I was starting work on a book. Damon Hill and myself were going to produce about his 1994 season and racing with one of the all time great racing drivers, Ayrton Senna. Damon and I watched on like small children as he went about not just his duties within Williams GP team, but his personal business. Damon and I would come back from eating dinner, this was at Paul Ricard in the south of France, to see Ayrton in his car drowning in faxes. He was non stop. Over those few months before the start of that season Ayrton would chat with me and was interested in the work that Damon and I were doing. The team was very close and it was the most amazing experience to be close to a huge set up like this. On the Thursday of that weekend when we all arrived at the circuit Ayrton handed me an envelope saying have a read and let me know on Sunday night what you think. It was an invitation to do some work with him too... We all know what happened that weekend in Imola, but for me as a close observer it was awful and still lingers in my mind to this day. This Image of Ayrton has sat in the filing cabinet for 23 years. I came across it by chance whilst looking for something completely different. I was standing in the middle of the garage and turned to watch him put his Helmet on before he left the garage for the first session on Saturday morning.  I took the picture, not so special at the time, but twenty three years later I notice how special it is. The look on his face against the white wall of the garage. I have been approached many times about this image since I put it on my instagram feed a few months back and have now decided that I am going to produce a Ltd edition run of 25 prints with POA. it will be available through me directly and possibly one other source over the coming weeks. JN.  

Finally all the work has been completed on the Ayrton Senna image. Here John Cleur of Metro Imaging corrects some colour balance. First print will be dispatched this week.

During the winter of 1993/4 I was starting work on a book. Damon Hill and myself were going to produce about his 1994 season and racing with one of the all time great racing drivers, Ayrton Senna.

Damon and I watched on like small children as he went about not just his duties within Williams GP team, but his personal business. Damon and I would come back from eating dinner, this was at Paul Ricard in the south of France, to see Ayrton in his car drowning in faxes. He was non stop.

Over those few months before the start of that season Ayrton would chat with me and was interested in the work that Damon and I were doing. The team was very close and it was the most amazing experience to be close to a huge set up like this.

On the Thursday of that weekend when we all arrived at the circuit Ayrton handed me an envelope saying have a read and let me know on Sunday night what you think. It was an invitation to do some work with him too...

We all know what happened that weekend in Imola, but for me as a close observer it was awful and still lingers in my mind to this day.

This Image of Ayrton has sat in the filing cabinet for 23 years. I came across it by chance whilst looking for something completely different.

I was standing in the middle of the garage and turned to watch him put his Helmet on before he left the garage for the first session on Saturday morning. 

I took the picture, not so special at the time, but twenty three years later I notice how special it is. The look on his face against the white wall of the garage.

I have been approached many times about this image since I put it on my instagram feed a few months back and have now decided that I am going to produce a Ltd edition run of 25 prints with POA. it will be available through me directly and possibly one other source over the coming weeks. JN.

 

The Sun's rays.

Today is the first day that I have put on a jumper whilst in the office, a sure sign that the seasons are changing. Seems hard to believe that a week ago when taking this image it was mid to high 20's in Norfolk. Here two lady's walk back to Hunstanton amazed as I was at the incredible cloud v sun's rays taken on my Leica Mono 246 using the Lee filter Seven5 set up. A grad .9 ND on the top half and a .6ND on the bottom. It was the first time of using the small and very easy to use filter system and what a difference.  The final set of images from Norfolk can be seen here, https://www.jonnicholson.co.uk/artists/#/beneath-the-cliff/

Today is the first day that I have put on a jumper whilst in the office, a sure sign that the seasons are changing. Seems hard to believe that a week ago when taking this image it was mid to high 20's in Norfolk.

Here two lady's walk back to Hunstanton amazed as I was at the incredible cloud v sun's rays taken on my Leica Mono 246 using the Lee filter Seven5 set up. A grad .9 ND on the top half and a .6ND on the bottom. It was the first time of using the small and very easy to use filter system and what a difference. 

The final set of images from Norfolk can be seen here, https://www.jonnicholson.co.uk/artists/#/beneath-the-cliff/

Exhibition Launch

Exhibition 2017

July 17, 2017

I am launching this website with the announcement that I have an exhibition at the Hatch gallery opening in Aberdeen from the 4th - 27th October.

Entitled Bhutan the Mountain people, and shot over the last few years on several trips I have made into the region. The images are to be printed on brushed aluminium to approx A2

Opening night bash on the 4th

Entitled Bhutan the Mountain people, and shot over the last few years on several trips I have made into the region. The images are to be printed on brushed aluminium to approx A2