Director: Alfred George-Bailey
Producers: Tatiana Kennedy
Legendary US photographer Jim Marshall’s diary of a life in music captures both the volatile man behind the lens and the seismic changes that defined the sixties. A child of immigrants he battled inner demons and fought his way to become one of the most trusted mavericks, the man with five Leica M4’s hanging round his neck.
A passion for music led him to capture some of the most iconic figures in music history from the jazz greats to Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash and The Rolling Stones. His abrasive but honest approach to his subjects combined with his incredible skill to build trust expanded his portfolio beyond celebrities, documenting key moments in US history and a time of great turbulence.
Original Music by Ian Arber.
Directed by Alfred George-Bailey.