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.
Kevin Cummins is a British photographer known for photographs of rock bands and musicians, his work can be seen gracing many record sleeves.
Kevin Westenberg's images range from stunning to rebellious, but critically, they capture the romance & beauty of our collective adventure.
In October 1991, Kirk Weddle took an extraordinary collection of Nirvana images in a LA swimming pool to help promote their album Nevermind
In January 1977, music photographer Lawrence Impey was the first person to photograph the, as yet, unknown rock group The Police..
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.
Lula Camus always looks to capture the essence of her subjects through her photographs while creating a strong and lively visual experience.
Maria Mochnacz's photography has been described as ‘lo-fi but with a hard fine art edge.’ She shoots on 35mm & funny plastic cameras.
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.
It was while squatting in London in the ’80s that Martyn Goodacre became interested in photography. His photos are now published worldwide.
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.
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
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.
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
Music photographer Mick Rock may be best known as 'The Man Who Shot the Seventies', instrumental in creating many key rock ’n’ roll images.
Artist Morgan Howell's Supersize 3D artworks and prints reflect his love of vinyl records and have developed a cult following
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.
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.
Pete Smith was a roady with Alexis Korner when friend John Mayall asked, “Pete, you’ve got a camera, come & shoot our record sleeve".
Peter Cunningham is an American photographer best known for his concert & theater photographs made in New York City in the 1970s & 1980s.
Peter J Walsh has photographed some of the biggest names in music and club culture over the last 20 years.
Peter Sanders' professional career in photography began in the sixties where he photographed most of the major stars in the music business.
Picking up a camera around the time other punks were learning to gob, Phil Grey seldom went out without his trusty Mamiyaflex camera.
As the 60' swung & Britain subverted the old order, Philip Townsend (known as ‘Mr Sixties’) captured many of the stars of the decade.
As house photographer in small Texas clubs during the 70s Ralph Fales photographed many of the great jazz and blues musicians of the time.
Ray Stevenson began working as a music photographer in the 1960's, photographing prolific rock stars such as Jimi Hendrix and David Bowie.
Richard Mann found his art school education had ended as the Punk movement was gathering pace & a period of high-contrast creativity ensued.
Growing up in the '70s & '80s, Richard Matthew soon became immersed in punk and new wave music and started photographing gigs and events.
Robert Whitaker was a renowned British photographer, best known for his many photographs of The Beatles, taken between 1964 & 1966.
In 2011 Sebastian Edge made imagery for Radiohead’s album “The King of Limbs” using a 'Wet Collodion' photographic process.
In her music career Shelia Rock was known for photographing leading entertainment and music industry artists in both Classical and Pop/Rock.
Stefan Wallgren's photographs dictated he was seldom at home, working & traveling to various concerts, fashion shows, and film festivals.
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
Steve Double has dealt with every situation, from extreme lateness to indecisive clients and stroppy subjects to non-functioning equipment.
Steve Rappotr's career spanned from 1981 to 1995, during which he was fortunate enough to work with many great musicians, bands and people.