The portraits of Oumou Sangare were taken when I directed a short film in Livingstone Studios for World Circuit Records. She sang to us as we setup.
A six-part series detailing the story of the last year of World War II, from D-Day to Berlin, as told by British, Canadian and American veterans themselves.
Youssou N’Dour is a Senegalese artist who is often called Africa’s most famous musician. These photographs were taken at Bercy in Paris.
Somehow, I was invited with good friend Michael Proudfoot to Charlie’s wedding in early May 1975. The reception was at the Moncks Arms, Caenby Corner, near the village of Glentworth, Lincolnshire