Tony McGee is a British photographer and filmmaker renowned for his advertising campaigns and celebrity portraiture. Living in London’s Chelsea during a time when the borough was the epicentre of cool and taste-making, at the age of sixteen McGee became a fashion photographer and by seventeen had shot covers for Harper's Bazaar and Vogue. McGee has worked for internationally for the world's leading publications and is credited as taking the first-ever professional picture of Kate Moss.
In the early 1980s McGee was introduced to the world of rock and roll photography and worked with the likes of Roxy Music, David Bowie, George Michael and Tina Turner.
At a cocktail party in 1983, Jerry Hall introduced McGee to David Bowie. From there, many iconic photoshoots took place and a 30 year-long friendship unfolded.