I've been lucky enough to have had some photographs taken of me by Paul Harries, best known for his work with rock icons including Nirvana, Slash, Metallica, Slipknot, and Muse. Paul is showing some of his photographs in an exhibition, Access All Areas: Photographs by Paul Harries at Proud Galleries from 9th March to 23rd April (link below).
From a young age Paul Harries was fascinated by the live music and he merged this with his increasing passion for photography, shooting live gigs at the legendary Marquee Club. He was introduced by a friend to Kerrang! Magazine to which he has contributed as a leading lensmen of rock photography since 1989.
Granted unparalleled access to the biggest names in rock history on set, backstage and in studios across the globe, Harries’ work includes images of Nirvana during sell-out performances, candid shots of Slash and Ozzy Osbourne and a series of photo-manipulated images including an iconic photograph of Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson in a replica WW1 plane. See Proud Galleries for more information.
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