Christopher Angeloglou started in photography in the late 1950s with a 6x6 Zeiss Ikon and a Rolleiflex. Then he graduated to a 1938 Leica and stayed with 35mm.
When he took the photographs of Cliff Richard and the Shadows recording ‘Dreaming’ in May 1961 he was studying at university and covered the session for the University Newspaper, who published the photographs.
His academic studies finished, he joined the Sunday Times Magazine in 1962, becoming Picture Editor.
Over the next 20 years he worked for other magazines and newspapers and later became a photographers’ agent. His Cliff pictures are his only work in the music sector.