In 1956, freelance photographer Alfred Wertheimer was assigned to photograph a 21-year-old singer who RCA was promoting, Elvis Presley.
Allan Ballard began his photographic career at the Evening Standard where he assisted the picture editor.
Andrew Whittuck began his photography career in the mid-sixties where he soon took some of the earliest shots of Pink Floyd.
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.
Barrie's work for Melody Maker from 1965 until 1975 covered one of the most important decades in the history of popular music.
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.
New York native Catherine McGann picked up photography while studying painting in art school in the mid ‘80’s and hasn’t looked back.
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.
Christopher Angeloglou started photography in the 1950s with a Zeiss Ikon and a Rolleiflex. He graduated to a 1938 Leica & stayed with 35mm.
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.
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.
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.
Colin Prime enjoyed working in the darkroom, and printed for photographers such as David Bailey, Helmut Newton and Richard Avedon.
Dave Hogan or ‘Hogie’, as he’s affectionately known is a stalwart of the glamorous red carpet, concerts and A-list party scene worldwide.
Through his sister’s then fiance Wreckless Eric, David Corio was introduced to the fledgling Stiff Records & photographed their first tours.
David's work is fresh, challenging & diverse. His innovative use of lighting & conceptual approach has seen him establish a unique style.
Mancunian born David Hindley honed his skills in London, gaining experience with legendary names such as Eve Arnold and Annie Leibovitz.
Currently working as a freelance journalist/photographer, Dimitri Hakke became interested in photography because of his elder brother.
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.
Brian Duffy was one of the leading photographers who defined the look of London's 'Swinging Sixties' & elevated himself to celebrity status.
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.
Eugene Adebari's work instantly touches an emotional chord in you in the same way that the very best of photographic portrait work does.
Legendary Mexican photographer Fernando Aceves systematically focuses on music full-time and is a world authority on King Crimson.
Francine Winham developed what she called her “fever” technique. By holding the shot still for half a second and then moving the camera.
Born and bred in Liverpool Gary Lornie has photographed most of city's alternative bands, with album and single covers for many artists.
During the years 1973-1976 writer/producer Geoff MacCormack toured with David Bowie on the Aladdin Sane and Ziggy Stardust tour.
George Jaworskyj has been working as a freelance photographer since 1988. with a mantra of 'no job too small, no invoice too large'.
Although a complete novice, Gerard McNamara's first job was shooting Kate Bush on her Tour of Life at the Hammersmith Odeon, May 1979.
Gered Mankowitz's work to date includes many of the most famous names in the contemporary music world, from Jimi Hendrix to the Eurythmics.
Howard Barlow began his career photographing bands of the 70's & 80's with publications like NME, Melody Maker & Rolling Stone Magazine.
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.
If rock and roll has been the soundtrack of your life, then photojournalist Janet Macoska has probably provided the visuals.
Janet Beckman started her career photographing the punk scene in England and New York in the 70s and 80s and has continued without pause.
Jill Furmanovsky is a British photographer who has specialised in documenting iconic rock musicians and bands from Pink Floyd to Oasis.
Although now working in the world of watercolours, Johnny Dewe Mathews' music photographs have become some of the most iconic of their time.
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.