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.
Nick Simonite had the pleasure of once again working with the lovely folks at Texas Tourism to shoot their latest ad campaign for Travel Texas. See Nick’s portfolio.
Nick Simonite photographed multi disciplined creative writer Sandra Cisneros on location in San Miguel for the cover of Texas Monthly. ‘The Art of the Boot’ takes a look at this vital piece of Texas culture. See Nicks portfolio.
Nick Simonite photographed the landscape of Texas for Heritage Land Bank. See more of Nick’s commissioned work.
Nick Simonite captured portraits and key art visuals for the launch of Paramount’s new show, ‘The Last Cowboy’. Chronicling the lives of eight men and women who are determined to elevate and preserve the cowboy tradition and walk away with million dollar prize.
Nick Simonite headed out to Alpine, Texas to photographer farrier Colby Smith in action. Read more about the shoer of horses. See more from Nick Simonite.
Nick Simonite’s images of the Guadalupe Mountains National Park in West Texas featured in the New York Times. Read all about the Hikers Paradise here.