British photographer Ian Cook’s favourite assignments have been crossing the Sahara for a month covering the Paris/Dakar rally; spending several days with Leonard Cohen (who was so laid back he was almost late for his own concert); chasing around London with Tina Turner; accompanying Bob Geldof on a trip to Ethiopia and Sudan and on a more gentle note, eating and drinking his way around Cork and Kerry in Ireland for nine days. He has collaborated on several book projects, which have ranged from architecture in the Middle East to the glitz of the Hollywood musical in California. His work features in our Proud Unique collection.
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