Robert Davidson took early retirement on leaving school at the age of 17. He then went to Paris where he met legendary Sixties photographer Emil Cadoo. Inspired by Cadoo, he returned to London two years later to pursue a life in photography.

In London he worked for a number of portrait and fashion photographers before making friends with the infamous Tony Secunda, manager of the Moody Blues and The Move. Robert soon became the bands' official photographer and has continued taking photographs ever since. The most famous of which is the iconic poster of Frank Zappa on a toilet.

Now aged 65, Robert has come out of retirement and is eager to share his work with the world.


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