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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.

2018-09-10T11:11:08+00:00

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.

2018-09-10T11:11:17+00:00

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.

2018-09-10T11:11:05+00:00

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.

2018-09-10T11:11:29+00:00

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.

2018-12-05T16:53:36+00:00

Brian Aris

Celebrated photographer and photojournalist, Brian Aris’ impressive oeuvre includes studio sessions with Debbie Harry, The Rolling Stones, David Bowie, Kate Bush and many others

2018-09-10T11:11:08+00:00

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.

2018-09-10T11:11:08+00:00

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.

2018-09-10T11:11:02+00:00

Claude Gassian

Claude Gassian is one of France's best known music photographers, photographing The Rolling Stones and many other artists from the 1970s onwards

2018-09-10T11:11:06+00:00

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.

2018-09-10T11:11:16+00:00

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.

2018-09-10T11:11:07+00:00

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

2018-09-10T11:10:44+00:00

Denis O’Regan

Denis is best known for his 1983 photographs of David Bowie, when he accompanied him on his most successful ever tour, and the two became firm friends.

2018-09-10T11:11:06+00:00

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

2018-09-10T11:11:08+00:00

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

2018-09-10T11:10:47+00:00

Duffy

Brian Duffy photographed David Bowie over five sessions between August 1972 and April 1980, and created the iconic Aladdin Sane cover image.

2018-09-10T11:11:28+00:00

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.

2018-10-26T16:58:47+00:00

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.

2018-09-10T11:11:07+00:00

Frank Stefanko

Frank Stefanko 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.

2018-09-10T11:11:08+00:00

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.

2018-09-10T11:11:06+00:00

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.

2018-09-10T11:11:08+00:00

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.

2018-10-06T15:44:16+00:00

Kai Schäfer

Kai Schäfer is an acclaimed German photographer with a passion for vinyl records and iconic turntables – two [...]

2018-11-14T17:08:45+00:00

Keith Haynes

Keith's work explores pop art in its purest form, using album sleeves, record labels, badges and, of course, beautiful, black vinyl – not only as its subject, but also as its raw material.

2018-09-10T11:11:06+00:00

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.

2018-11-14T11:46:43+00:00

Matt Grainger

Artist Matt Grainger's colourful limited-edition prints are a tribute to seminal bands, iconic gigs, albums and historical music moments.

2018-09-10T11:11:06+00:00

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

2018-09-10T11:11:17+00:00

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.

2018-09-10T11:11:17+00:00

Neal Preston

Neal Preston'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.

2018-09-10T11:11:05+00:00

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

2018-09-10T11:11:18+00:00

Pete McKee

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

2018-09-10T11:11:07+00:00

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

2018-09-10T11:11:17+00:00

Peter Webb

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

2018-09-10T11:11:03+00:00

Pierre Benain

Paris-based photographer Pierre Benain spent a weekend in London chez Johnny Rotten, capturing a series of post-Pistols-pre-PIL-period photographs.

2018-09-10T11:11:16+00:00

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...

2018-09-10T11:11:18+00:00

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.

2018-09-10T11:11:16+00:00

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.

2018-09-10T11:11:08+00:00

Steve Double

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

2018-09-10T11:11:29+00:00

Tony Frank

Tony Frank is best known for his archive of Serge Gainsbourg photographs, but he also worked with The Who, Bob Dylan, Sonny and Cher and others

2018-09-10T11:11:14+00:00

Val Wilmer

Val Wilmer is an internationally acclaimed English photographer and writer, specialising in jazz, gospel, blues and British African-Caribbean music and culture.