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Liam Gallagher for the cover and feature story of Q Magazine

Ahead of the premiere of “As it Was‘, a film documenting the solo comeback of Liam Gallagher, the release of a new single and an album on its way, I was commissioned by Q to photograph the great front man for this month’s cover.
Liam Gallagher Cover and Feature Story for 'Q'

Tegan and Sara

Tegan and Sara

Tegan and Sara photographed at Manchester’s Albert Hall for Q Magazine

Robert Wyatt for Q Magazine

Robert Wyatt_Michael Clement

January ‘Q’ Maverick

“When people say they like my records I think, ‘If you knew how hard it was to make these records you’d be even more impressed”

Shipbuilding, one of the most noteable protest songs recorded, was written for Robert Wyatt by Elvis Costello. An anti war song touching on the affects of The Falklands war on working class communities.The single was released in five different sleeves, all featuring sections from two of Stanley Spencer’s’s series of eight panels entitled Shipbuilding on the Clyde which were painted in the 1940s

Glastonbury 2013

A fantastic 5 days spent down in Somerset shooting for ‘Q’ Review at Glastonbury. Highlights included photographing:

Johnny Marr

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Laura Mvula

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Two Door Cinema Club

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Django Django

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And Shaking hands with Charles Bradley, shooting the live sets of Chic, Everything Everything, Villagers, Jagwa Marr, Goat, Beady Eye, Alt J, Savages, Palma Violets, Primal Scream, First Aid Kit, Bobby Womack, Haim, Nick Cave, and Dry The River.


Bring on 2014!

Prince Fatty Presents Hollie Cook in “Dub”

Tropical Pop

Describing her music as tropical pop, Hollie Cook has released a dub remix version of her eponymous debut album “Hollie Cook”. It’s really great old school . I was privileged to spend an afternoon hearing the band rehearsing for their forthcoming tour and taking pictures for Q. It just doesn’t get much better!



Glastonbury 2011

Highs:  Guy Garvey, Friendly Fires, Anna Calvi, The Q Team, Vodka and Coke, Front Cover of The “Q Review” and inside poster shot.

Lows: Mud, no boot jack and falling into tents 4 am

Glastonbury 2010

Another year shooting with the fine team at Glastonbury for Q. Glorious weather, great music and fabulous company. Highlights for me where Delphic, Frank Turner, Flaming Lips, Midlake, Thom Yorke, and Empire of The Sun. Roll on 2011.

And of course your regular punters!