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Snap! Paul Weller Through a Lens

http://paulwellermagazine.bigcartel.com/

I was recently interviewed for Icon – a magazine dedicated entirely to Paul Weller. This issue, entitled Snap! Paul Weller Through a Lens, explores a number of photographers who have worked with Weller. You can read my interview below and purchase a copy of the issue using the link above.        

Inspired by British Music

inspired by british music by alistair morrison

Inspired by British Music takes shape as a smaller altarpiece, which brings together 13 of the most influential British men in music of our time. The piece is being exhibited by Snap Galleries for the month of April. It’s an appropriate home for the work, as Snap pride themselves on celebrating all aspects of popular […]

The Adoration – Searching for Apollo is now available to view in London. Each Saturday in April, Canaletto Gallery (EC1) opens its doors to the public to exhibit the piece. Complimentary tickets can be reserved here.

Happy Birthday Julie Walters

alistair morrison with julie walters

Happy Birthday to Julie Walters. Here’s a snap of us taken some time ago on one of my Time to Reflect shoots.

Waiting for Lomu

Waiting for Lomu by Alistair Morrison

GQ publishes portraits from The Adoration Trilogy

http://www.gq-magazine.co.uk/gallery/paul-mccartney-bruce-springsteen-alistair-morrison

They say the classics never die, and yet more than a few of our great musical heroes have left the stage for the final time. As part of his major new photographic project, Alistair Morrison looks past the lens at the remarkable portraits of 12 men whose legacy will long survive them…

A selection of portraits from The Adoration – Searching for Apollo feature in the January edition of GQ Japan.

Rod Stewart surprises London busker

The Adoration Trilogy Instagram

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Be sure to follow The Adoration Trilogy Instagram account for more insights into the artwork and information on where it will be exhibited next.