Nick Simonite photographed the new campaign for Werther’s Original holiday caramels. See Nick’s portfolio
Nick Simonite photographed the new campaign for Milton Mattresses and Greatest Common Factory. See Nick’s portfolio.
Nick Simonite got a sneak peak of the about to open Hotel St Vincent in New Orleans, with hotelier Liz Lambert. Photographed for the Wall Street Journal. See Nick’s interiors and portraits portfolios. Read the WSJ article for the fascinating history of the hotel space.
Nick Simonite photographed Texan rodeo queen Martha Josey for the Culture section in the latest issue of Texas Monthly. See Nick’s portfolio.
The new hotel from our friends at Bunkhouse Hotels group, the Hotel Magdalena, photographed by Nick Simonite. See Nick’s portfolio.
Shot on locations across Texas, Nick Simonite photographed beef producers at every level. From Boutique ranchers and butchers to slaughterhouse operators and sprawling feedlots. It’s a lesson in knowing where your food comes from. See Nick’s portfolio.
Photographer/Director Nick Simonite photographs the landscapes, culture and people from the great state of California for A Golden State. California’s leaders in high quality cannabis flowers. If we ever needed a time to chill out, now is the time. See Nick’s portfolio.
Back in early March Nick Simonite was commissioned by our friends at Texas Monthly to photograph the diverse fishing spots and those who fish them through out Texas. From Monster sharks on Padre Island to a slower pace in kayaks on the Pecos River.
Nick Simonite has had a dream career to date shooting commercially and editorially for brilliant clients. He’s also constantly shooting personal work and together with his commissions, his archive is available for licensing. We’ll be adding to the stock section almost daily so please check in. Some of Nick’s genre’s include Portraiture, solo recreational activities, landscapes, aerials and architecture.
Nick Simonite photographed Larry Callies for a Garden & Gun feature story, Hero’s of the South. An important part of American history, Larry opened the first Black Cowboy Museum in Rosenberg, Texas after discovering photographs of Black Cowboys from the 1880’s being thrown away. Words by Matthew Hendrickson. See Nick’s portfolio.