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.
As part of the so-called 'Bromley Contingent', Steven Severin discovered the Sex Pistols and was there on the front line, with his camera.
Many would say Storm Thorgerson is the 6th member of Pink Floyd, alongside his Iconic music album design and co-founding of Hipgnosis.
Stuart Nicholls came to prominence as a result of his position as resident photographer at the Marquee and Islington Academy in 2004.
Syd Shelton began his photography practice in 1972 as a freelance photo-journalist & later became a member of the Rock Against Racism team.
Photographer Terry Pastor is probably best known for his iconic album artwork for David Bowie's Hunky Dory and Ziggy Stardust.
Tom Hanley worked closely with the Beatles during the 1960s & 70s, he was often present when the band were 'off duty' behind closed doors.
Born at the end of the war, Tony Collins became a smudger, taking photographs for the Evening Standard, NME and various football magazines.
Tony Mottram has been working in the music industry since the Eighties, with over 35 years experience as a professional photographer.
Ty Johnson is an Australian photographer with a long term passion to discover, document and elevate the experience of quality live music.
Virgilio was born in Cuba in the 1950's before the revolution. After a stint in the army he became an economist for Cuban state television.
Virginia Turbett's photographs captured a wealth of musical, social and cultural images from the period covering the pre and post Punk era.
William Ellis is at the vanguard of music photographers & accredited for creating an important document of the contemporary jazz scene.