Cover artwork for O.A.R's 2005 album 'Stories of a Stranger' designed by Storm Thorgerson
Liam and Noel of Oasis, taken during the rehearsals for their upcoming tour
Liam downs a pint while Noel watches and waits. That sums up their working relationship!
Oasis were supporting U2 in America. I think this is one of the best live images I've ever taken.
Terrible vibes between Noel and Liam produced a wonderful set of pictures.
This was taken during a break in filming the Oasis Wonderwall video.
This was taken on the first Oasis American tour. Twin benches on the boardwalk were ideal for this back-to-back portrait of the brothers
Terrible vibes between Noel and Liam produced a wonderful set of pictures. Liam drunk, Noel thoroughly fed up, but the session continued.
George Martin was involved in the making of a TV documentary about Air Studios while Oasis were recording there
Rehearsals at the Music Bank, a regular haunt, would see Liam take pleasure in giving his famous two finger salute to trains speeding past
Taken on a video shoot for one of his greatest songs. A beam of evening light hits the spot.
"I love to shoot musicians in hotel rooms, bland furniture, bland pictures on the wall - so much part of the lifestyle of a rock musician."
"To wear your woman's white cable knit sweater in front of a crowd of 125,000 takes some guts but Liam wore it with a swagger" Noel said
Taken at a full lighting and sound dress rehearsal. Liam is sitting cross-legged on the floor listening intently to his favourite band
Part of a cover shoot for Q Magazine shot backstage at The Point Dublin in March 1996 before the gig.
This was taken in Schipol Airport while we waited for the luggage. I rounded them up and asked them to sit on the edge of the conveyor belt.
At the time of Wonderwall Oasis not only sounded like The Beatles they looked like them too.
Johnny Marr had given Noel one of his guitars in the early days when he was broke. Now he was able to buy any guitar that took his fancy
Noel Gallagher of Oasis, with his signature Union Jack guitar.
Liam Gallagher of Oasis walking the streets of San Francisco.
Noel & Liam Gallager at Air Studios, London in 1997. This image has been used as poster art for the 2016 Oasis exhibition 'Chasing the Sun'
This was part of a 2-day press session for the release of Be Here Now. It was taken in the grounds of a stately home, that is now a school.
Noel and Liam take a break from recording in a pub near Abbey Road. The atmosphere between them had been tense in the preceding weeks
I was asked to shoot a band session at Abbey Road, about a month after the media furore that was going on at the time.
Liam wearing the famous brown check coat that never seemed to come off during the tour and watching the sound-check intently as was his way.
This was the second day of a 2-day press shoot for the release of Be Here Now. It was the day Tony Blair became Prime Minister
The chalk blackboard and blood red wall were a gift to this session. Liam wrote the words himself.
Rehearsals before leaving for a US tour supporting U2.
Early in October 1997 fans found out that Oasis were recording in Abbey Road, and the graffiti outside started showing Oasis content
Noel recalls "Maine Road was where we all used to go as kids. So I was standing there, trying to make sure I never forgot this moment"
'What more likely family to splinter than a glass family'. Commissioned for Offspring's 2003 album Splinter
'I envisaged the splinter as a sharp moon about to pierce the heart of a lover' Commissioned for Offspring's 2003 album Splinter
Ozzy Osbourne - Sharon Osbourne let us into the room and then chastised us for not wanting a beer even though it was still morning.