Renowned for his colour portraiture, one of Andy's most enduring and popular images is actually the iconic black and white portrait of Johnny Cash used on the cover of the Cash album American Recordings
Barrie Wentzell spent music's most important decades as exclusive chief photographer for music publication The Melody Maker. From 1965 until 1975, he photographed many unknown artists who would later become household names.
Bob Whitaker photographed The Beatles over a key two year period, from 1964 to 66. His photograph of The Beatles with dismembered dolls and raw meat was used on the infamous US 'Yesterday and Today' Butcher sleeve.
Frank made the cover photographs for Bruce Springsteen's Darkness on the Edge of Town and the River albums. He also worked with his old college friend Patti Smith, and took the cover shot on Southside Johnny's Hearts of Stone LP.
Gered toured with the Stones in 1965, and made the cover photographs to their 1965 Out of Our Heads (December's Children) and 1966 Between the Buttons albums. He also worked with Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Marianne Faithfull and many others.
Jean-Marie is a legend in France, creating wonderfully vibrant photographs in the 1960s of The Rolling Stones, The Beatles and Bob Dylan, alongside French stars like Francoise Hardy and Jacques Dutronc.
Peter Blake is one of Britain's foremost pop artists, and his work needs no introduction. We concentrate on his music related material, including The Beatles' Sergeant Pepper artwork and his 1995 Stanley Road artwork for Paul Weller
Soren has photographed the likes of Primal Scream, Oasis Ian Brown, Pattie Smith, Metallica, Oasis, The White Stripes, Sigur Ros, Vampire Weekend, Duffy, Paul Weller and many many more contemporary music artists.