Drawing inspiration from geometry and patterns, he looks for the abstract in the shapes of the buildings, taking the architect's perspective and seeing things that most casual passers-by wouldn't notice. Working mainly in black and white, he uses the lack of colour to draw attention to the textures and interplay of light and shade.
As an architectural photographer Nick often employs his fine art techniques, when shooting for commercial clients, resulting in images that are both striking and functional.
"Many people see buildings are merely functional things, designed for living, working, shopping or playing in, but to me they can be a part of the experience rather than just a container. Learning to look at them with a photographer's eye has helped me to appreciate architecture as an art, not just a trade, and by expressing myself in these photographs I can hopefully share some of that feeling with the viewer."