Nick Carter has earned his reputation as an accomplished exponent of contemporary photography through consistent and considered endeavour, a detailed knowledge and appreciation of the history of the medium and healthy respect for traditional methods and styles.
His father John is also a photographer and from an early age Nick viewed much of life through a lens. That familiarity and affinity with the medium is clear in his work – the results of which communicate far better than words the nature, impression and essence of a moment.
Initially based in London’s Fulham Road, Nick’s early commercial photographic work included a wide range of advertising, editorial and press assignments, but increasingly he found himself drawn towards the more classical image and a rather intellectual observation of mankind’s ability to contribute to the visual world.
Nick’s photographic work has been used in numerous magazines, books, brochures and catalogues. His assignments have included the production of images for sales and promotional print as well as for historical, literary and academic publications.
Nick Carter's photography can be seen in the following publications and websites...
Radical Classicism: The Architecture of Quinlan Terry
The Armed Forces Memorial