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I was seriously obsessed with his work for a while, he does the kind of photography I only dream about, shots at night, long exposure (up to 10 hours), film only!.

He uses the varying degrees of normally occurring darkness, light and contrast that night brings to create shifting moods of abstract beauty. Anyone who has been out walking alone at 3 a.m. will immediately recognize the inherent stillness and loneliness of these moments.

My personal favourite:


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One of my favourites. He is an American photographer,  renowned for his provocative, electrifying images of world-class musicians. His intense use of light, color and composition produces succulent, visual magic. This electricity, however, has its origin in Kevin’s lifelong romance with the adventure of rock and roll.

In the UK, his first published pieces in The NME (1984) shaped and secured a photographic future in the music and entertainment world. His musical heritage included memorable portraits of:  Jane’s Addiction, Pixies, Bjork,  PJ Harvey, Massive Attack,  The Rolling Stones, Marilyn Manson, Chemical Brothers, Richard Ashcroft, Doves, U2, Radiohead, Bon Jovi and Coldplay.

Kevin has also recently begun working with creatives from the performing arts: David Lynch, Luc Besson, The Coen Brothers, Billy Bob Thornton, Sean Penn, Jean Luc Godard, Ethan Hawke, Nicole Kidman, Tom Stoppard and Alan Rickman. Kevin’s images range from stunning to rebellious. But most critically, they capture the romance and beauty of our collective human adventure.

Radiohead by Kevin


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