Rock 'n' Roll Photography is the New Trainspotting

By: Tony Mott

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Rock n Roll Photography Is The New Trainspotting, is a retrospective of Australian Photographer Tony Mott's work. The book covers 30 years of stunningly reproduced images of international iconic figures in rock taken by one of Australia's best loved rock photographers.

Tony Mott arrived in Australia in 1976 and has become Australia’s leading Rock Photographer. His photos have been published in 20 countries and they have appeared on the covers of 450 CDs and more than 700 magazines.

Tony is the photographer the bands ask for. He has an incredible enthusiasm for music and musicians and has the uncanny ability to capture the quintessential appeal of whoever he is photographing. His photographs reveal something of the mystery, the revved up power and the adrenaline of rock n roll.

Tony Mott has toured with amongst others Rolling Stones (3 times), Paul McCartney, Fleetwood Mac, Sarah McLaughlin, Avril Lavigne, Silverchair, Neil Diamond, Bob Dylan, and travels regularly with the touring festival The Big Day Out.

 

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ISBN: 9781921878015

Published: Mar/11 (AU/NZ)

Format: Paperback

Dimensions: 305 mm  x  254 mm

Extent: 228 pages

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Tony Mott

Tony Mott

Photographer,

Tony Mott arrived in Australia in 1976 and has become Australia’s leading Rock Photographer. His photos have been published in 20 countries and they have appeared on the covers of 450 CDs and more than 700 magazines.
Tony is the photographer the bands ask for. He has an incredible enthusiasm for music and musicians and has the uncanny ability to capture the quintessential appeal of whoever he is photographing. His photographs reveal something of the mystery, the revved up power and the adrenaline of rock n’ roll. And he can tell a story.
Tony Mott has toured with amongst others Rolling Stones (3 times), Paul McCartney, Fleetwood Mac, Sarah McLaughlin, Avril Lavigne, Silverchair, Neil Diamond, Bob Dylan, and travels regularly with the touring festival The Big Day Out.

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