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Alfred Wertheimer (1929-2014)

Alfred Wertheimer (1929-2014)

In 1956, freelance photographer Alfred Wertheimer was assigned to photograph a 21-year-old singer who RCA was promoting, Elvis Presley.

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Allan Ballard (1943-2011)

Allan Ballard (1943-2011)

Allan Ballard began his photographic career at the Evening Standard where he assisted the picture editor.

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Andy Willsher

Andy Willsher

Growing up in 80's Bedford among like-minded music enthusiasts Andy became obsessed with David Bowie as well as pretty much all Goth bands.

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Barrie Wentzell

Barrie Wentzell

Barrie's work for Melody Maker from 1965 until 1975 covered one of the most important decades in the history of popular music.

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Bob Gruen

Bob Gruen

Bob Gruen began making photos of Rock Stars thirty years ago and is one of the most well known and respected photographers in Rock'n Roll.

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Catherine McGann

Catherine McGann

New York native Catherine McGann picked up photography while studying painting in art school in the mid ‘80’s and hasn’t looked back.

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Chris Saunders

Chris Saunders

Chris Saunders wanted to be a rock star but his dreams were thwarted when he borrowed a camera to take some pictures of his really cool cat.

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Christopher Angeloglou

Christopher Angeloglou

Christopher Angeloglou started photography in the 1950s with a Zeiss Ikon and a Rolleiflex. He graduated to a 1938 Leica & stayed with 35mm.

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Clare Muller

Clare Muller

Born and raised in NW1 London, Clare Muller went to school with people who wanted to be pop/rock stars in the early 80's.

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Clay Perry

Clay Perry

In the 60s he was a regular at the Crawdaddy Rhythm & Blues club, a big part of the music scene, 'The Rolling Stones' played every weekend.

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Colin N. Purvor

Colin N. Purvor

Colin had a strong leaning towards the arts from very early in life, but when a camera was put in his hand, the magic really began.

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Colin Prime (1948-2013)

Colin Prime (1948-2013)

Colin Prime enjoyed working in the darkroom, and printed for photographers such as David Bailey, Helmut Newton and Richard Avedon.

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Dave Hogan

Dave Hogan

Dave Hogan or ‘Hogie’, as he’s affectionately known is a stalwart of the glamorous red carpet, concerts and A-list party scene worldwide.

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David Corio

David Corio

Through his sister’s then fiance Wreckless Eric, David Corio was introduced to the fledgling Stiff Records & photographed their first tours.

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David Ellis

David Ellis

David's work is fresh, challenging & diverse. His innovative use of lighting & conceptual approach has seen him establish a unique style.

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David Hindley

David Hindley

Mancunian born David Hindley honed his skills in London, gaining experience with legendary names such as Eve Arnold and Annie Leibovitz.

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Dimitri Hakke

Dimitri Hakke

Currently working as a freelance journalist/photographer, Dimitri Hakke became interested in photography because of his elder brother.

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Don Hunstein

Don Hunstein

Don Hunstein has a knack for being in the right place at the right time, documenting many of the 20th Century’s most important musicians.

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Ed Sirrs

Ed Sirrs

Ed Sirrs worked through the early 90's from Tokyo to Tijuana for Brit music press & is one of Britain's most respected music photographers.

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Eugene Adebari (1960-2008)

Eugene Adebari (1960-2008)

Eugene Adebari's work instantly touches an emotional chord in you in the same way that the very best of photographic portrait work does.

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Fernando Aceves

Fernando Aceves

Legendary Mexican photographer Fernando Aceves systematically focuses on music full-time and is a world authority on King Crimson.

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Francine Winham (1937-2013)

Francine Winham (1937-2013)

Francine Winham developed what she called her “fever” technique. By holding the shot still for half a second and then moving the camera.

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Gary Lornie

Gary Lornie

Born and bred in Liverpool Gary Lornie has photographed most of city's alternative bands, with album and single covers for many artists.

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Geoff MacCormack

Geoff MacCormack

During the years 1973-1976 writer/producer Geoff MacCormack toured with David Bowie on the Aladdin Sane and Ziggy Stardust tour.

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George Jaworskyj

George Jaworskyj

George Jaworskyj has been working as a freelance photographer since 1988. with a mantra of 'no job too small, no invoice too large'.

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Gerard McNamara

Gerard McNamara

Although a complete novice, Gerard McNamara's first job was shooting Kate Bush on her Tour of Life at the Hammersmith Odeon, May 1979.

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Gered Mankowitz

Gered Mankowitz

Gered Mankowitz's work to date includes many of the most famous names in the contemporary music world, from Jimi Hendrix to the Eurythmics.

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Howard Barlow

Howard Barlow

Howard Barlow began his career photographing bands of the 70's & 80's with publications like NME, Melody Maker & Rolling Stone Magazine.

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Ian Dickson

Ian Dickson

Discovering how much fun and money there was in rock 'n roll, Ian Dickson hitched a lift to London on Roxy Music's tour bus in early 1973.

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Janet Macoska

Janet Macoska

If rock and roll has been the soundtrack of your life, then photojournalist Janet Macoska has probably provided the visuals.

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Janette Beckman

Janette Beckman

Janet Beckman started her career photographing the punk scene in England and New York in the 70s and 80s and has continued without pause.

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Jill Furmanovsky

Jill Furmanovsky

Jill Furmanovsky is a British photographer who has specialised in documenting iconic rock musicians and bands from Pink Floyd to Oasis.

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Johnny Dewe Mathews

Johnny Dewe Mathews

Although now working in the world of watercolours, Johnny Dewe Mathews' music photographs have become some of the most iconic of their time.

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Jorgen Angel

Jorgen Angel

Jorgen Angel entered the world of rock photography as a schoolboy & has been in the music industry from the late 60's up til the early 80's.

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Kevin Cummins

Kevin Cummins

Kevin Cummins is a British photographer known for photographs of rock bands and musicians, his work can be seen gracing many record sleeves.

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Kevin Westenberg

Kevin Westenberg

Kevin Westenberg's images range from stunning to rebellious, but critically, they capture the romance & beauty of our collective adventure.

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