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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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Kirk Weddle

Kirk Weddle

In October 1991, Kirk Weddle took an extraordinary collection of Nirvana images in a LA swimming pool to help promote their album Nevermind

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Lawrence Impey

Lawrence Impey

In January 1977, music photographer Lawrence Impey was the first person to photograph the, as yet, unknown rock group The Police..

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Lex Van Rossen (1950-2007)

Lex Van Rossen (1950-2007)

In 1987 Lex Van Rossen caused a sensation by a taking an iconic photo of Bono from U2, kneeling & singing at a concert in Rotterdam.

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Lula Camus

Lula Camus

Lula Camus always looks to capture the essence of her subjects through her photographs while creating a strong and lively visual experience.

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Maria Mochnacz

Maria Mochnacz

Maria Mochnacz's photography has been described as ‘lo-fi but with a hard fine art edge.’ She shoots on 35mm & funny plastic cameras.

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Mark Mawston

Mark Mawston

Mark Mawston’s passion for music has led him to create “40 years worth of work in half a dozen years”, by attending up to four gigs a week.

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Martyn Goodacre

Martyn Goodacre

It was while squatting in London in the ’80s that Martyn Goodacre became interested in photography. His photos are now published worldwide.

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Matt Anker

Matt Anker

Matt Anker’s style has been shaped by such diverse influences as Rothko and Dali and the great reportage images of the 1920’s and 30’s.

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Max Browne

Max Browne

Max Browne started photographing top bands when he was a school boy. His work went on to be featured in Melody Maker, NME & Sounds magazines

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Michael Putland

Michael Putland

Michael Putland is an English photographer who "never had a day off in the ‘70s". He's photographed thousands of artists from Abba to Zappa.

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Mick Gold

Mick Gold

Mick Gold was 18 when he was filled with an ambition to photograph rock music - he went on to shoot some of music's all time greats

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Mick Rock

Mick Rock

Music photographer Mick Rock may be best known as 'The Man Who Shot the Seventies', instrumental in creating many key rock ’n’ roll images.

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Morgan Howell

Morgan Howell

Artist Morgan Howell's Supersize 3D artworks and prints reflect his love of vinyl records and have developed a cult following

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Otto Kitsinger

Otto Kitsinger

Otto Kitsinger has spent a lot of time & sacrificed unencumbered views of dozens of concerts in order to let of us see what he saw.

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Paolo Brillo

Paolo Brillo

Paolo Brillo took a passion to photography from a very young age, a passion that was combined with a love for music, especially rock music.

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Pete Smith

Pete Smith

Pete Smith was a roady with Alexis Korner when friend John Mayall asked, “Pete, you’ve got a camera, come & shoot our record sleeve".

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Peter Cunningham

Peter Cunningham

Peter Cunningham is an American photographer best known for his concert & theater photographs made in New York City in the 1970s & 1980s.

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Peter J Walsh

Peter J Walsh

Peter J Walsh has photographed some of the biggest names in music and club culture over the last 20 years.

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Peter Sanders

Peter Sanders

Peter Sanders' professional career in photography began in the sixties where he photographed most of the major stars in the music business.

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Phil Grey

Phil Grey

Picking up a camera around the time other punks were learning to gob, Phil Grey seldom went out without his trusty Mamiyaflex camera.

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Philip Townsend (1940-2016)

Philip Townsend (1940-2016)

As the 60' swung & Britain subverted the old order, Philip Townsend (known as ‘Mr Sixties’) captured many of the stars of the decade.

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Ralph Fales

Ralph Fales

As house photographer in small Texas clubs during the 70s Ralph Fales photographed many of the great jazz and blues musicians of the time.

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Ray Stevenson

Ray Stevenson

Ray Stevenson began working as a music photographer in the 1960's, photographing prolific rock stars such as Jimi Hendrix and David Bowie.

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Richard Mann

Richard Mann

Richard Mann found his art school education had ended as the Punk movement was gathering pace & a period of high-contrast creativity ensued.

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Richard Matthews

Richard Matthews

Growing up in the '70s & '80s, Richard Matthew soon became immersed in punk and new wave music and started photographing gigs and events.

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Robert Whitaker (1939-2011)

Robert Whitaker (1939-2011)

Robert Whitaker was a renowned British photographer, best known for his many photographs of The Beatles, taken between 1964 & 1966.

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Sebastian Edge

Sebastian Edge

In 2011 Sebastian Edge made imagery for Radiohead’s album “The King of Limbs” using a 'Wet Collodion' photographic process.

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Sheila Rock

Sheila Rock

In her music career Shelia Rock was known for photographing leading entertainment and music industry artists in both Classical and Pop/Rock.

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Stefan Wallgren

Stefan Wallgren

Stefan Wallgren's photographs dictated he was seldom at home, working & traveling to various concerts, fashion shows, and film festivals.

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Stephen Wright

Stephen Wright

Stephen Wright began shooting musicians in the early 1980s, as well as iconic images of The Smiths, he shot famous artists from Prince to U2

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Steve Double

Steve Double

Steve Double has dealt with every situation, from extreme lateness to indecisive clients and stroppy subjects to non-functioning equipment.

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Steve Rapport

Steve Rapport

Steve Rappotr's career spanned from 1981 to 1995, during which he was fortunate enough to work with many great musicians, bands and people.

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Steven Severin

Steven Severin

As part of the so-called 'Bromley Contingent', Steven Severin discovered the Sex Pistols and was there on the front line, with his camera.

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Storm Thorgerson (1944-2013)

Storm Thorgerson (1944-2013)

Many would say Storm Thorgerson is the 6th member of Pink Floyd, alongside his Iconic music album design and co-founding of Hipgnosis.

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