Photographic documentary talks

“A photographer is granted exclusive, behind-the-scenes access – to people as they really are, and history as it unfolds.”

Photographs capture a moment in time, preserving it for future generations. As a photographer, I have used my camera to document people, places and things that interest me, throughout my life.  But, no matter how revealing, images only tell a small part of any story – and the time has come to tell mine.

Reportage – revealing the stories behind the photographs

Now, I give illustrated talks, revealing the true stories and secrets behind the images. Talks include: “’I Shot Frank Zappa: Confessions of a 1960s rock ‘n’ roll photographer’; ‘I Shot a Guru: A photographic documentary of guru culture from the 1970s to the present day’.

Illustrated Talks with photographer Robert Davidson

I Shot Frank Zappa

Confessions of a 1960’s rock ‘n’ roll photographer

“How I found myself in the WC with a rock star, created an iconic image and waited forty-eight years to sell a poster”

by Robert Davidson

I Shot Frank Zappa - Illustrated talk
Frank Zappa - Robert Davidson © 1967

I Shot a Guru

Guruji - Photography Robert Davidson © 2017

Photographic reportage: Guru Culture from the 1970s to the present day

Robert Davidson presents an insider’s view into life in a 1970’s ashram with controversial guru Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh (Osho), as seen on Netflix documentary ‘Wild Wild Country’; never-before-seen images of Amma ‘the Huggy Mummy’, and exclusive pictures from his recent meetings with Guruji in Tamil Nadu, South India.

I shot a Guru - Illustrated talk
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Photography slide projector - illustrated talks

For enquiries about my photography, prints, talks or anything else, please send me a message!