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Jill Furmanovsky onstage at The Photography Show, NEC this weekend

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This weekend Jill Furmanovsky will be taking the Super Stage at The Photography Show at The NEC, Birmingham (www.photographyshow.com). Alongside some of the greatest minds in photography, renowned for their stunning, revolutionary and thought provoking images across the world.

Jill will share details surrounding her career, the challenges she has faced and some of her most famous images. 

Event Summary
What's it like to photograph some of the biggest names in rock music? From hanging around outside Abbey Road studios to catch a glimpse of the Fab Four, to photographing the likes of Blondie, Oasis, Amy Winehouse and Led Zeppelin, Jill's career has seen her capture some of the most legendary artists of the last 40 years - and she is still shooting! Jill will share how her career started and developed, the stories behind her iconic images, backstage anecdotes and insight into the sorts of kit she likes to use - a real rock and roll story.

Places are limited so book here now to avoid missing your chance to see Jill speak .

Sunday 19th March 1.00pm
Price £10

You can also check out Jill fantastic collection of signed limited edition prints hereBelow are a few of our favourites

 

Bob Marley print available to buy here

Bob Marley 1978 © Jill Furmanovsky

Oasis print available to buy here

Oasis 1996 © Jill Furmanovsky

Amy Winehouse print vailable to buy here 

Amy Winehouse 2006 © Jill Furmanovsky

 Leonard Cohen print available to buy here

Leonard Cohen 1979 © Jill Furmanovsky

David Gilmour print available to buy here

David Gilmour 1975 © Jill Furmanovsky

Miles Davis print available to buy here

Miles Davis 1973 © Jill Furmanovsky

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