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Martyn Goddard Images

!970's Music scene.

Series of 20 photographs

1980's British Music scene.

Series of 5 photographs

Automobiles of the World.

Series of 123 photographs

American Rock Music

Series of 8 photographs

Cool Architecture.

Series of 5 photographs

American Landscapes

Series of 4 photographs

London monuments

Series of 1 photography

British Rock Music

Series of 2 photographs

American rock band

Series of 1 photography

Martyn studied photography at Harrow College of Art and after graduating in 1974 then assisted various leading photographers before going freelance.

He became part of the New Wave music scene of the seventies, working with acts such as Blondie, The Jam, Sham 69 and The Cure to name a few. He has contributed or staged several photography exhibitions,’ Blondie in Camera 1978’ and The Jam ‘About the Young Idea’ 2015. Rock ‘n’ Roll and Fast cars 2019. In the late 1970’s he was invited to contribute to the Sunday Telegraph Magazine where he was assigned portrait and feature shoots with some of the great personalities of the arts world, while at the same time contributing to the iconic ‘Car Magazine’ producing automotive and travel stories. In recognition of his images, becoming a Fellow of the British Institute of Professional Photography in1987.

In recent years he has moved to a digital platform, becoming an active photo-blogger and content provider a producing travel features and images for Media groups in UK, Europe and USA, in addition to cataloguing and preserving his extensive archive rock bands and musicians.

Audi Automotive photographer of the year UK (2002, 2003, 2005, 2006 2010 2013 & 2014 Commended.)

Blondie in Camera London 1978. People of Time ( National Theatre London) 1980 Rock'n'Roll & Speed. London 2010. Golden Faces (The Jam) London 2016 Picture This (Blondie) London 2017. Rock'n'Roll & Fast Cars The Haggin Museum California USA 2019. Soundit Exhibition Poland 2020.