LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, March 22, 2019 The world’s most notorious rock band Mötley Crüe release The Dirt Soundtrack out today on Mötley Records and E7M (Eleven Seven Music) to coincide with the band’s biopic, The Dirt, now streaming on NETFLIX based on their New York Times bestselling autobiography with Neil Strauss. The soundtrack is available digitally, on CD and vinyl HERE. You can also find The Dirt inspired merch bundles HERE. Mötley Crüe kicked off release week as NASCAR Grand Marshals giving the famous command, “Drivers, Start Your Engines,” followed by the song, “Kickstart My Heart” to begin the first Continue Reading
It’s Finally Here – MÖTLEY CRÜE’s “The Dirt” now on Netflix Mötley Crüe is reaching new heights in the film industry on Netflix with their octane-fuelled biopic, The Dirt from their bestselling autobiography with Neil Strauss. The Netflix Film is directed by Jeff Tremaine (Jackass) and includes a stellar cast: Douglas Booth (Loving Vincent), Iwan Rheon (Game of Thrones), Colson Baker a.k.a. Machine Gun Kelly (Bird Box), Daniel Webber (The Punisher), David Costabile (Breaking Bad, Billions) and Pete Davidson (SNL) premiering on Netflix March 22. Hailing from Los Angeles, CA, the quartet – Vince Neil (vocals), Mick Mars (guitars), Nikki Continue Reading
The image above is of the new Royal Photographic Society ‘Vision’ leaflet. I am pleased to say that one of my images from Download Festival has been included in the design.
Portfolio TWO hits the shelves It’s finally here…The long-awaited Portfolio TWO has just been published by The Royal Photographic Society. The prestigious publication features a shot taken by Enda Madden of Iced Earth’s Jon Schaffer onstage at the legendary Bloodstock Festival. We are very pleased to have one of our images included in this collection. Portfolio TWO is a limited edition, full colour, high quality, hard bound book, comprising 240 pages at 24x27cm. Final images for the book were selected from a pool of over 3500 submissions from photographers across the world. Portfolio TWO covers current styles and trends within Continue Reading
The Royal Photographic Society recently requested permission to use one of my images from last year’s Download Festival for the homepage on their newly updated website. I must say It is nice to see my genre of photography recognised in some small way and I was very pleased to be asked. The Royal Photographic Society was founded in 1853 ‘to promote the Art and Science of Photography’, a mission it continues to this day. Membership is open to everyone interested in photography in the UK and throughout the world, be they amateur or professional, artist or scientist, young or old. Continue Reading
Article published 27th December 2009 365 of Britain’s most eminent photographers write to Telegraph to ask for a change in anti-terrorist legislation. “SIR – As professional and amateur photographers, we are deeply concerned about the treatment of those taking pictures in public places. Photographers using equipment larger than a compact camera are frequently stopped and searched under anti-terrorist legislation, which they find humiliating. We do not believe it likely that real terrorists would bother to set up a tripod or use a heavy single-lens reflex camera, as perfectly satisfactory pictures for their purposes could be taken on a discreet Continue Reading