As you may have noticed, Nick can often be found with camera in hand. In 1984 he actually published a book of abstract photography, entitled Interference. Unfortunately, while the paperback and hardcover editions of the book can occasionally be found on auction sites or through used booksellers, they are becoming increasingly hard to find. As a result, sadly there are many people who have never seen the inspiring work held with in its pages.
And so, it gives me great pleasure to share with you a few of the photographs from the book in the hopes that these works of art may reach and inspire those who perhaps would have never seen them.
But first I must make one heart felt request. These images are posted here with Nick’s permission. Do not copy or reproduce these images in any way. That includes re-posting them on other web sites, message boards or forums. I would also like to extend huge thanks to Nick for allowing us to post these images here and to Katy Krassner for asking his permission on our behalf.
Let me begin by saying, all of the photographs in Interference were taken whilst he was on tour in 1983 and 1984. It is also interesting to note that he used a Polaroid SX-70 camera and took the photos from TV screens which he manipulated only by using the TV controls. None of the pictures were enhanced or manipulated by computers, although some of the images in the book were changed a little graphically by the designer Malcolm Garrett.