Terry O’Neill has been been hailed as the greatest chronicler of fame for over 40 years.
In the Swinging 60s of Britain, he captured the cultural emancipation of music, fashion and movies before moving to Hollywood where he quickly established himself as the first choice photographer of filmstars, directors, producers and magazine editors.
He revolutionised portraiture and pioneered reportage celebrity photography. He created Bond film posters, Versace fashion campaigns and backstage photojournalism.
His iconic images are included in international art collections and sell widely on the fine-art market. He lives in London, and continues to work on both sides of the Atlantic.