Photographers

Aaron Meshon

Aaron Meshon

An expanding series of rock 'n' roll themed prints by good friend of the gallery, New York based illustrator Aaron Meshon
Amalie R Rothschild

Amalie R Rothschild

Amalie was the photographer in residence at NYC's Fillmore East Theatre. Many of her photographs feature the incredible psychedelic lightshows for which the Fillmore was renowned.
Andy Earl

Andy Earl

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
Art Kane

Art Kane

Legendary New York photographer who made the Harlem 1958 Jazz portrait, and whose music archives include The Who, The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, The Doors and more.
Astrid Kirchherr

Astrid Kirchherr

Astrid is a German photographer who took many photographs of the Beatles' at a very early point in their career during their time in Hamburg.
Barbara Pyle

Barbara Pyle

Intimate behind the scenes photographs from 1975 of Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band recording Born To Run, rehearsing and touring
Barrie Wentzell

Barrie Wentzell

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.
Barry Feinstein

Barry Feinstein

Barry was the official photographer on the European leg of Bob Dylan's 1966 world tour, but also photographed Dylan in 1963 and 1974
Bob Gruen

Bob Gruen

Bob Gruen made some of the most well known early seventies portraits of John Lennon in New York City , but is equally well known for his punk and new wave archives.
Bob Whitaker

Bob Whitaker

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.
Bruce Fleming

Bruce Fleming

Bruce photographed Jimi Hendrix in 1967 at his London studio, and was also there to record the incendiary performance at the Monterey festival that year.
Chalkie Davies

Chalkie Davies

Photographer Chalkie Davies shot dozens of iconic artists in the 70s and 80s, including David Bowie, The Specials, Thin Lizzy, David Bowie and Debbie Harry
Chris Gabrin

Chris Gabrin

Chris made the cover photograph for Ian Dury's New Boots and Panties album, and Elvis Costello's This Year's Model LP, and shot many other 1970s new wave acts.
Daniel Kramer

Daniel Kramer

Daniel Kramer made the cover photographs for two of Bob Dylan's most famous albums: 1965's Bringing It All Back Home and Highway 61 Revisited.
Danny Clinch

Danny Clinch

A photographer and filmmaker with a collection of captivating contemporary images of Bruce Springsteen and others.
David Corio

David Corio

David Corio began his professional career in 1978 taking photographs for New Musical Express, followed by The Face, Time Out, and Black Echoes, covering a wide range of music and portraiture.
David Michael Kennedy

David Michael Kennedy

We offer work from David's Bruce Springsteen Nebraska sessions, along with portraits of Bob Dylan, Debbie Harry and others.
David Wedgbury

David Wedgbury

David Wedgbury's archives cover many of the best mid sixties British bands, including The Who, The Rolling Stones, Small Faces, The Zombies and many more
Dean Chalkley

Dean Chalkley

Dean is a contemporary photographer who has worked with guitar bands and solo artists including Pete Doherty, Arctic Monkeys, White Stripes and others.
Dennis Morris

Dennis Morris

Dennis Morris is best known for his photographs of Bob Marley and The Sex Pistols. He also made the cover image for Marianne Faithfull's 'Broken English' album
Dominique Tarle

Dominique Tarle

Dominique Tarle's wonderfully evocative 1971 Exile sessions at Villa Nellcote have a deserved mythical status amongst Stones collectors
Don Hunstein

Don Hunstein

Don Hunstein photographed Bob Dylan in the early sixties. His most famous photograph is the cover photograph from Bob Dylan's second album, The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan, released in 1963
Donald Silverstein

Donald Silverstein

Donald Silverstein's sole session with Jimi Hendrix produced one of the most important and well known photographs of the incendiary guitarist.
Doug Corrance

Doug Corrance

Doug Corrance photographed Jimmy Page at Boleskine House, on Loch Ness, which Page owned in the early seventies.
Elliott Landy

Elliott Landy

Elliott made album cover photographs including Bob Dylan's Nashville Skyline, Van Morrison's Moondance and The Band's self titled second album.
Eric Meola

Eric Meola

Eric Meola made one of the most iconic photographs in the history of rock 'n' roll: the cover photograph on Bruce Springsteen's landmark 1975 album Born to Run.
Frank Stefanko

Frank Stefanko

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 Mankowitz

Gered Mankowitz

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.
Godlis

Godlis

Goldis made evocative Brassai/Weegee inspired vignettes of the 1970s New York Punk & New Wave scene, shot inside CBGB and outside under streetlights, always without flash. His subjects include the Ramones, Patti Smith, Television, Blondie, Talking Heads & others.
Greg Watermann

Greg Watermann

Greg is a rock and roll photographer who has worked with Nirvana, PJ Harvey, System of a Down and many more.
Guido Harari

Guido Harari

Guido Harari is one of the most renowned Italian photographers and still one of the best kept secrets on the international scene
Harry Scott

Harry Scott

A painstakingly constructed Bruce Springsteen panoramic portrait
Iain MacMillan

Iain MacMillan

Iain made the iconic Abbey Road album cover for The Beatles
James Sparshatt

James Sparshatt

James makes evocative portraits of Cuban musicians and dancers. In contrast to the famous rock 'n' roll musicians we specialise in, you will not have heard of the subjects of James' photographs. But when they are this good, so what!
James Straffon

James Straffon

James takes original, vintage cycling materials, and reworks them into a modern framework
Jean-Marie Perier

Jean-Marie Perier

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.
Jim Marshall

Jim Marshall

San Francisco based photographer with an archive of incredible depth and breadth, who sadly passed away in March 2010
Joe Alper

Joe Alper

US photographer who captured Dylan in the early sixties
Joel Bernstein

Joel Bernstein

Acclaimed photographer whose archive covers Joni Mitchell, Neil Young, Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen and more
Joel Brodsky

Joel Brodsky

Joel Brodsky created the most famous portraits of Jim Morrison - instantly recognisable images capturing the self styled Lizard King at the peak of his powers.
Kate Simon

Kate Simon

Kate made beautiful portraits of Bob Marley, Debbie Harry and others, including the cover photograph for The Clash's first album.
Keith Morris

Keith Morris

Seventies ace whose portfolio in included Nick Drake, Marc Bolan and Elvis Costello
Ken Regan

Ken Regan

Ken Regan was the official photographer on Bob Dylan's 1975 Rolling Thunder Revue, and he also worked with The Rolling Stones in the 70's and 80's.
Kevin Davies

Kevin Davies

Portrait photographer with a portfolio of stunning images.
Kevin Westenberg

Kevin Westenberg

A brilliant contemporary music photographer who has created images of Coldplay, U2, The Verve, Bjork, Marilyn Manson, Massive Attack, R.E.M, Supergrass, BB King, Jarvis Cocker and more
Lawrence Watson

Lawrence Watson

Lawrence has photographed Paul Weller throughout his solo career, and has also worked with The Smiths, Oasis, Ian Brown & others
Martyn Goddard

Martyn Goddard

Martyn made album cover photographs for The Jam, Blondie, The Cure and others over the course of a 20 year career
Masayoshi Sukita

Masayoshi Sukita

Japanese master photographer best known for his 40+ year collaboration with David Bowie
Michael Cooper

Michael Cooper

Michael Cooper was a great friend and 'court photographer' to The Rolling Stones and formed a very close friendship with Keith Richards. He was one of the few photographers to work with The Beatles and The Stones.
Michael Joseph

Michael Joseph

Michael Joseph took the Beggars Banquet session photographs of The Rolling Stones over a weekend in 1968 on location in London and Derbyshire
Michael Putland

Michael Putland

Michael Putland photographed everyone in the seventies:The Rolling Stones, The Who, Bryan Ferry, David Bowie, John Lennon, Led Zep, Clapton, Marc Bolan, & many many others
Mick Rock

Mick Rock

Mick Rock is often referred to as "The Man who shot the Seventies" the inimitable rock photographer who launched his career with an unknown David Bowie in 1972.
Morgan Howell

Morgan Howell

Morgan is a British artist who creates beautiful large format 3D paintings of classic singles
Neal Preston

Neal Preston

Neal's career has spanned four decades, and he's gunning for a fifth. Most well known for his Led Zeppelin archive, Neal has photographed some of rock and roll's biggest icons.
Paul Simonon and Mick Jones

Paul Simonon and Mick Jones

A collection of six signed limited editions from Clash LP covers
Pennie Smith

Pennie Smith

Pennie Smith made one of the the most famous photographs in the history of rock 'n' roll - the cover image for London Calling by The Clash
Pete McKee

Pete McKee

Pete's paintings celebrate youth culture, and feature evocative scenes that remind the viewer of their teenage years.
Peter Blake

Peter Blake

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
Peter Webb

Peter Webb

In 1971 Peter photographed The Rolling Stones for their Sticky Fingers album, and famously then lost his negatives for almost 40 years
Roberta Bayley

Roberta Bayley

Roberta Bayley made the cover photograph for The Ramones first album, and The Heartbreakers' album LAMF. She photographed Blondie, The Sex Pistols, and many more punk and new wave artists in New York in the late seventies.
Roger Kasparian

Roger Kasparian

French photographer working his magic in the mid sixties, with an archive covering British, US and French artists, including Beatles, Beach Boys, Stones, The Who, Serge Gainsbourg, Francoise Hardy and more...
Sean Moorman

Sean Moorman

Sean takes beautiful black and white portraits. His subjects include Willie Nelson, Emmy Lou Harris, Rodney Crowell and Allison Krauss.
Sheila Rock

Sheila Rock

70s subjects including The Clash, Debbie Harry and more
Simon Fowler

Simon Fowler

Londoner Simon Fowler's distinctive style of portraiture captured many of Britain's major rock stars during the eighties.
Simon Larbalestier

Simon Larbalestier

Simon made the iconic photographs that appeared on the Pixies studio albums
Soren Solkaer

Soren Solkaer

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.
Stephen Wright

Stephen Wright

The man behind the lens on one of the most famous photographs of mid eighties Manchester legends The Smiths, as used on the inner sleeve of their classic LP, The Queen is Dead.
Steve Double

Steve Double

Steve is a contemporary photographer who has worked with Oasis, Blur, Stone Roses, Nirvana, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Foo Fighters and more
Tony Frank

Tony Frank

Tony is best known for his wonderful archive of Serge Gainsbourg photographs, but he also worked with The Who, Bob Dylan, Sonny and Cher and other sixties and seventies artists