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Nicolas Lovéro

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009


I receive mails from Rob Saunders of The Deuce Radio Show and from Robert Weingartz of Airplaydirect, and I have found your website on these mails. On your page, I have seen that you make promotions of new artists.

I look to market my music through a record label, cinema (BO films), television, publicity or video games, and I should like to submit you my music.

This is my bio :
I am a french artist and I love music since my adolescence. I began my musician’s learning by following numerous courses of guitar in several schools and academies. I followed in particular musical theory courses and harmony for 5 years, to the music school Paul Beuscher of Paris.

Then, I have stopped guitar and music during 11 years to 1985 at 1996. I have music in my head all the journey since my childhood, music is so stronger that I’m obliged to create and compose to empty my head. There are no musicians in my family, so I think that music is my vocation. That’s why, I have bought a digital piano in 1997 and for 10 years, I created, composed, played and orchestrated 10 pieces of instrumental music, it in self-taught. I registered at home these 10 pieces on an entitled CD : Supernova

My musical style gets closer to that of the Jean-Michel Jarre, Giorgio Moroder, Tangerine Dream and could be also classified in the style theme music.

My tracks are diffused on 11 radios FM and internet : GKRadio Europe (radio web of Nokia), Sound Machine Radio, Bob Birch Radio, Radioweser TV, NAB Radio, Jump Radio, Real radio 1, Oto Radio, Indie Life Radio, Nation Rock Radio, Indie Radio World.

In september 2008 and march 2009, my track “The mistery one” has been in the top 10 of GKRadio Europe.

I created a musical site on Myspace and you can listen to my music on my site Néant Rouge:

If you are interested, contact me.

Best regards,
Nicolas Lovéro

Alchemist Photography

Thursday, April 23rd, 2009

Artist Statement
All of these photographs are unique, one of a kind silver prints. The process begins with a finished photograph (all darkroom manipulations, burning, dodging etc. complete). Next, they are moved through many solutions. In the end, they achieve tonalities that are expressive of my emotional response to the subjects I am compelled to photograph.

Ocean water is at the core of this process. What occurs is an exchange of halides that takes place after stripping open the silver via bleach and then introducing different salts occurring in ocean water. The process chemically alters the silver of that photograph. The first ocean water that I used was from Long Port, NJ. As a child, this was the ocean where I first swam, and for me, an obvious starting point. Since then, I’ve used water from Point Lobos, Bandon, OR, the California coast above Morrow Bay and from the ocean off of Venice CA.
Fortunate to attend the final Owens Valley Photography Workshop in the fall of 1990 and participating in various workshops throughout the years, what has become clear to me was that the photographs I was most moved by were executed with a pallet truly personal to the photographer.

Over the years I’ve been on a journey in search of my own pallet. This journey is ongoing. As materials change I, continue to change as well. Insights provided to me while engaged in this process give me a greater understanding, not only for the photographic, but also of relationships and reactions occurring daily throughout my life.     
Edmund Simmons

Alchemist Photographic Art Show