Philip Morris has over the past forty years earned himself the reputation as the inimitable Australian rock photographer who today boasts one of the largest archives in Australian rock music. Morris started his career behind the lens in Sydney when he was just fifteen years old. His first official gig was for the Australian publication ‘Go Set’ in the late 1960’s. Shooting every international band to tour the country, Morris is still the only photographer to have documented legendary ACDC at the Alberts Studios, including their first ever photo session in 1974. Morris’s successes claim awards for best album covers as well as publishing four books. Proud Camden featured Morris’s collection in AC/DC: Let There Be Rock in 2009.
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