'SNAP' 30 years of photography

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'SNAP' 30 years of photography

The music video director and photographer Neil MacKenzie Matthews is reflecting on his 30 year career with a new anthology of work.

His debut book SNAP explores his moments working with bands like Spandau Ballet, and creating films for the likes of Glen Matlock and Sir Paul Mcartney.

SNAP is out on the 27th of June which will coincide with a exhibition at the Jealous East gallery in Shoreditch. 

Neil has been speaking to Tanya Francis.

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