Before joining the legend on tour and on set under the title of ‘photographer’, Geoff MacCormack was David Bowie’s childhood friend and bandmate. What began as little more than a hobby or endearingly intimate “holiday snaps” captured on thirty-five millimeter would come to be understood as one of the most outstanding collections of an international icon. The widespread acclaim surrounding MacCormack’s work is a testament to his talent and the closeness shared by he and Bowie. The brilliant vision and magnetism of his images are undisputed, a palpable immortalization of his famed subject and friend. Browse MacCormack's intimate photographs of David Bowie here.
© Geoff MacCormack, 1973
© Geoff MacCormack, 1975
© Geoff MacCormack, 1970
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