About Nicholas Kitto

Working The Shanghai BundHong Kong based photographer Nicholas Kitto specialises in historical buildings and landscapes, working primarily in the Greater China Region.

Originally from the Isle of Man, a long career in the accounting profession enabled him to live and work in a number of countries in Africa and the Middle East.  In April 1983 Nick arrived in Hong Kong and the city has been his home ever since.  
At the end of 2007 Nick called in a long ago made promise, retired from his accounting services partnership and is now fully devoted to photography.

Nick is a director of The Photographic Heritage Foundation in Hong Kong, a registered charitable institution (website link), 
and is a sponsor of the Luminous Endowment for Photographers (website link), a tax-exempt public charity registered in the United States.

Nick was enrolled as a Licentiate of The Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain in 2013.

There is an article summarising Nick's photographic activities in Mainland China's 'The Global Times' newspaper here.

For those interested in using any of the images on this website, please make contact using the 'contact' link below. Nick is available on a pro bono basis for charitable or semi-charitable assignments and is particularly keen to support heritage projects, anything involving education and historical publications.

(Photograph: 'Dad Never Stops' by Nicole Kitto)