Brought up in Zimbabwe, Jill Furmanovsky moved to London in 1965. Her first rock shot was of Paul McCartney standing outside his house, taken on a Kodak Instamatic. After only two weeks training in photography, she had a lucky break of getting the unpaid job of official photographer at London's premier rock venue, The Rainbow Theatre in 1972. Artists photographed in her 40-year-career include Pink Floyd, Eric Clapton, Blondie, The Police, Led Zeppelin, Florence & the Machine and Noel Gallagher. She has published several books of photography and created Rockarchive.com.
Ebet Roberts discusses her work, from the emergence of punk rock in the late 1970s through the present, and offers insights into her club, concert, and studio portraits of everyone from the Sex Pistols and Bob Marley to Madonna and the Rolling Stones.
Lynn Goldsmith is a multi-awarded portrait photographer whose work has appeared on and between the covers of Life, Newsweek, Time, Rolling Stone, Sports Illustrated, People, Elle, Interview and The New Yorker, among others.