Bill Wyman was the bassist for the Rolling Stones between 1962 and 1993. An avid photographer from a young age, he started experimenting with a camera at 11. However, it wasn't until a tour in Paris, 1966, that he started to take it seriously. Since then, he has exhibited in galleries across the globe. Wyman now enjoys photographing landscapes and wildlife.
'In his new book, Stones From the Inside: Rare and Unseen Images, Bill Wyman, a photographer and former bassist of The Rolling Stones, provides intimate access to the legendary rock band as they've never been seen before.' -- Interview Magazine. 'Photography followed Wyman into his music career ( I find photography and music similar mathematically, he says) and once the Stones' career took off, he was regularly shooting his bandmates and his famous friends. He has now compiled some of these photos into a new folio, Stones From the Inside: Rare and Unseen Images - out now from ACC Art Books - which contains snaps stretching from the Sixties into the late Eighties.' -- The Rolling Stones Magazine.