Trevor Clark (British, b.1933): A large portrait photograph of The Rolling Stones,
1963, a recent bromide print, signed and dated in black marker by the photographer, 30 x 38½ inches (76x98cm)
Trevor Clark began his photographic career as an assistant in a London studio. After National Service with the RAF and working on cruise ships as a promotional photographer, he returned to London and, in his own words '...eased into the world of advertising and fashion photography...' As his studio was in Soho, the centre of the burgeoning pop music industry in the 60s, he photographed all of the up and coming rock and pop stars of the day for magazines and promotional material. In 1968, Clark relocated to Mallorca, where he still lives and works.
Several of Trevor's images have recently been selected by London's National Portrait Gallery and are included within their collection.