Punk icon Sid Vicious reading MAD magazine in Baton Rouge, Louisiana during the Sex Pistols one and only US tour in January 1978.
Johnny Rotten at Daddy's Dance Hall, Copenhagen, Denmark in July 1977, the first show of what allegedly was a secret Scandinavian tour.
I was brave enough to snatch this image of him and Nancy in the dressing room after a Ramones gig that took place on New Years Eve
Johnny Rotten & Steve Jones from the Sex Pistols performing at The 100 Club on Oxford Street, London.
Sex Pistols on the set for the 'Pretty Vacant' video shoot at the ITN Studios, London in June 1977
Post lunch pose for Record Mirror feature on Sid & Nancy’s relationship.
The Sex Pistols enjoying a stroll on Carnaby Street, London during the early days of Punk in 1976
Taken during a shoot for a Record Mirror commission to illustrate a piece on Sid and Nancy’s relationship
Simply Red frontman Mick Hucknall performing in Munich, Germany on their 1996 Life tour
It was just before ‘Nothing Compares 2 U’ and I didn’t know much about her. She was confident and had strong ideas.
Sinead had been decorating and the walls of her lounge were painted a luminous blue that echoed the colour of her eyes.
Taken in her house just off Westbourne Grove in London. This photograph won a Kodak European Gold Award in 1994.
Contact sheet photos taken in at Sinead O'Connor's home in Westbound Grove, London in June 1994
Sheila Rock photographed this iconic image of Siouxsie Sioux for the Face Magazine in February 1982.
Siouxsie Sioux photographed by fellow band member in Steve Severin in May 1982 when Siouxsie & The Banshees toured in Sundsvall, Sweden
Siouxsie Sioux offstage at the Futurist Theatre, Scarborough, UK in November 1982 on the night of a Siouxsie & The Banshees gig
Siouxsie Sioux, member of the Bromley Contingent, pictured in November 1976 just two months after her first gig with Steve Severin
Siouxsie Sioux, from Siouxsie & The Banshees, relaxing in London in 1980
Pioneering punk band Slaughter & The Dogs outside The Electric Circus venue in September 1978
I first saw 14 year old Ari Up in 1976 at a Generation X gig. I've often wondered if that was the night she decided to form her own group.
Morrissey and Johnny Marr of The Smiths photographed just after they first signed to the legendary Rough Trade Records.
Morrissey wields a protestor’s placard bearing the title of The Smiths anarchic ‘Queen is Dead’ tour and album in Manchester,1986
The image of The Smiths outside Salford Lads' Club that graces the inner sleeve of their classic album The Queen is Dead
Iconic Strangeways Road sign from the back of the ‘Strangeways, Here We Come’ album shot in 1987.
This was taken outside a church at the bottom of Kensington Church Street. A front cover photo session of Sonic Youth for Lime Lizard mag.
This was a great night, one of the best gigs I went to. Being a Two Tone band I just had to shoot in black and white.
Limited edition of Morgan Howell's original painting of the cover of The Specials Ghost Town vinyl single
A packed house of rude boys and girls bouncing on the sprung dance floor of The Palais made it difficult to hold a camera steady.
Jools Holland fronting the line-up in this Squeeze shot taken in London in 1978. The same year as they released their debut album.
Status Quo shot in Primrose Hill, London
Stereophonics bassist Richard Jones, drummer Stuart Cable and singer Kelly Jones captured in Wales in 1999
In the NME 50th anniversary issue both Liam Gallagher and Richard Ashcroft said that this picture was the defining moment of the era.
It felt just perfect to be there with a band that I knew were just about to release one the greatest albums of the decade.
The Stone Roses, Ian Brown, John Squire, Mani and Reni captured in 1989. The same year as they released their debut album