Tony Mott is a name synonymous with music photography in Australia. Arriving in Australia in 1976, Tony Mott has become the leading rock photographer in Australia. His photographs have been published in over 20 countries, appeared on over 450 album covers and more than 700 magazines and his portfolio views like a who’s who of Rock’n'Roll. Having toured with the Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, Fleetwood Mac, Silverchair, Bob Dylan and is the official tour photographer for the traveling festival 'The Big Day Out'.
In the early 1980′s Tony Mott was working as a chef in legendary Kings Cross hotel, The Gazebo. It turned out that this was a perfect location for him to embark on the next stage of his life. 'Sydney had a brilliant live music scene. Every night of the week you could see any number of excellent bands at any number of excellent venues, right across the city.'
He has an incredible enthusiasm for music and musicians and has the uncanny ability to capture the quintessential appeal of whoever he is photographing.