Tom Sheehan was born in Camberwell, South London, his vocation decided the day he first saw a picture of Johnny Kidd & The Pirates in a music magazine at Loughborough Junction rail station on his way to a school football match. After working in-house for CBS Records he turned freelance in 1978, becoming chief photographer on the Melody Maker where his work appeared for the next two decades during the height of its weekly circulation.
Tom Sheehan @The Flood Gallery, Greenwich Market, May 2016
His images have since featured in, amongst others, the NME, Q, The Sunday Times, The Guardian, The Observer and latterly Mojo magazine.
Flood Gallery Publishing are proud to release his work in a series of deluxe, collectable photography books, each beautifully produced to celebrate the very best of his incredible work.
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