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A 2007 journalism graduate of Belmont University in Music City, native Texan Henry Nichols is currently serving as a sports editor/reporter for AOL-owned Patch.com following a season covering the NFL as a 'Rapid Reports' correspondent for CBSsports.com. Though his roots are as a freelance sportswriter in SEC country, Nichols dreams of one day covering basketball and soccer in Europe while tricking flings into working his vineyards.
"King Henry" loves Vanderbilt sports, avant-garde rock bands like Joy Division and Echo & The Bunnymen, and the world of wheat beers. He is currently planning a presidential run in 2028.
I am a featured illustrator/designer for major sports brands like ESPN, CBS Sports and Sports Illustrated. I also work directly with professional teams, I am the exclusive digital illustrator for the New York Knicks and New York Rangers, I have worked on a variety of digital and merchandise products for The New York Red Bulls and my artwork has been on the cover of the Phoenix Suns Free Throw Magazine. In addition I work with professional athletes organizations like J.R. Smith's Reach Anonymous and sports agents like Hazan Sports Management.
My work has been written about in the Boston Globe, Washington Post, Fox Sports and in many other sports media outlets. Recently I worked on editorial illustrations for Fansided and Cover 32. I would love to have an opportunity to create some designs and illustrations for Bleacher Report as well if you are interested. You can see my work on my website elliotgerard.com or my Instagram account @elliotgerard.
Thanks for you time and consideration and I look forward to talking further with you.
All the best,
I think you will like my new article
Thanks for the props on the article.
Its much appreciated!
Morning Henry, how are you today?
I wrote a very passionate piece that I think you will enjoy and perhaps relate to:
Please give it a read and let me know what you think!
You're fine. You edited my paper. I appreciated it. Plus that's a mistake a lot of writers make.
Thanks for editing my article. Yea, I know how to spell corps (as in unit) and core (as in the backbone, the inner structure) I meant core in that sentence. But thanks for reading the paper and I appreciate you spending your time to edit it.