Based in London, and with a studio in Kennington, Philip Grey has been taking photographs for 40 years. His early career saw him capture the stars of the day for The New Musical Express, Melody Maker and The Face. These included full throttle performance shots combined with intimate portraits of Blondie, The Clash, Patti Smith, The Specials and The Pretenders, amongst others.

He has since gone on to work extensively with dance companies such as Ark Dance, Janet Smith and Dancers, and London Contemporary Dance Theatre. His recent commercial work has included corporate images and product shots for websites and publications, as well as a diverse range of portraiture for various clients.

Philip's collection of rock photography - Music To My Eyes - has been exhibited at London's Curzon cinema and Corridor gallery, and images from his on-going project - Untitled: The Writer's Desk - have been shown at The Free Word Centre and Ludlow Assembly Rooms. He has also presented his work at the National Portrait Gallery, and the Royal Photographic Society in Bath, as well as internationally in Bologna, St Louis and Beijing.

He has developed the photography programme at Regent's University London, where he is a senior lecturer and is currently involved in setting up darkroom[b][/b] an open access facility where analogue photographers will be able to print their own work.

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