Philip Grey has had a life-long love of music and photography. As a freelance photographer he has had the opportunity of combining these passions, capturing live performances of some of the most iconic musicians of the last forty years. Starting with Blondie, Patti Smith, Talking Heads, Ian Dury and the Blockheads, Iggy Pop, The Clash, Suicide and The Pretenders, and more recently Nile Rogers, Daughter and Kitty, Daisy and Lewis.
Philip’s collection of rock photography – Music To My Eyes – has been exhibited at London’s Curzon cinema and Corridor gallery. Images from a more recent project Untitled: The Writer’s Desk, which looks at the rooms where writers work, has been shown at The Free Word Centre and Ludlow Assembly Rooms. He has also presented his work at the National Portrait Gallery, and the Royal Photographic Society in Bath.
He is currently Senior Lecturer in photography at Regent’s University, London.