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(Credit: Tony Mott)
Name: Tony Mott
Biography: arriving in Australia in 1976, Tony Mott has become this country's most well-known music photographer. His images have been published in 20 countries and have appeared on the covers of 450 CDs and over 700 magazines.
Tony is the photographer that bands ask for. With an enthusiasm for music and musicians, he has the ability to capture the appeal of whoever he is photographing.
He has toured with the Rolling Stones three times, Paul McCartney, Fleetwood Mac, Sarah McLachlan, Avril Lavigne, Silverchair, Neil Diamond and Bob Dylan. He also travels regularly with the Big Day Out music festival.
Rock 'n' Roll Photography Is The New Trainspotting, available from www.tonymott.com
More of Tony's work can be viewed on his website, www.tonymott.com. Rock 'n' Roll Photography Is The New Trainspotting is also a touring exhibition from 2 February until 3 March at Artisan Gallery in Brisbane.