Alan Chapman is one of the world's best known photographers, and he’s been at it since the 1970s.
He has snapped the like of Eddie Mercury, Amy Winehouse, Grace Jones and Paul McCartney to name a few.
He specialises in paparazzi photography and has gotten snaps the most famous celebrities over a 30-year career.
He was described by as the ‘decent’ paparazzo by Robbie Williams, and made headlines himself by being attacked Jay Kay the lead singer of Jamiroquai.
Now his work is being featured in a new exhibition right here in the capital.
‘Frame’ is his new book full of his favourite iconic black and white pictures .
The exhibition will taking place at The Club at the Cafe Royal Hotel until Thursday 19 February.