Nick Wright is an experienced multi-disciplined photographer equally at home in the studio and on location. His clients range from editorial and advertising to PR and corporate concerns, and his work includes portraiture, still life, interiors, animals – domestic and wild life – and landscapes.
Nick works in all camera formats, both digitally and with traditional film materials. He utilises an extensive array of lighting and oversees all post-production personally.
His diversity of work has seen him supplying images for many well known organisations, including Nestlé, WH Smith, Freeman’s, IKEA, Haymarket, Bauer, IPC and Octopus Books. He has produced work for brands such as Friskies and Dixons, and for magazines including What Hi Fi, F1, Which? and FHM. Nick has also supplied the photographs for two books, Daphne Du Maurier’s Enchanted Cornwall and Village London Past and Present. In addition, he is involved with various NGOs supplying photographs for charities in Sierra Leone and Libera.
Problem solving, organisation and creative flair are what Nick offers to his clients. He is used to seeing through precise briefs working together with creative teams, and has an extensive list of contacts to call upon should the need arise.
The majority of what you see on this website is published work. Nick is available to help you with any commission from an extensive campaign to an individual portrait.