Mr Rupert Hitchcox

 
Upon his return to the Uk in 2007 upon his arrival in London He became a creative at Apple while also photographing gigs with Caffy St Luce of Rocklands responsible for discovering Radiohead and numerous other acts and Heather Minx Ferguson of Minx Media TV, which looks after many talented up-and-coming musicians. This led him to be asked to cover “This Feeling” where his photo of Shaun Ryder [formerly of the Happy Mondays] and Brother was published in the Sun newspaper. Rupert has photographed acts such as Mark Morris of The Bluetones, Jon Fratelli, of The Fratellis, JMolly McQueen and The View, who have performed at This Feeling. His photos can be viewed at ThisFeeling.co.uk and Naz Promotions who are behind Fearless Vampire Killers.

For the past couple of years Rupert has also covered the local community events such as Brockley Max, Camden Crawl for Getty images and Joyzine  and Lewisham People’s Day and the prestigious CMJ Event at The Hit Factory for Gibson in their headquarters in New York City, while there also covering other various gigs and shooting for the publication Music Live.

Rupert has also been asked by CNN to do iReports and recently was published with his photos of the Tour De France London Stage; he has been accepted and is photographing for Getty images as a contributor. He has had his photos of Adam Ant Chosen for Adam Ants private collection, as well as working on the Zine Publications PhotoZine and The Zine covering the underground Music scene in London. while also being signed to WENN and Getty Images 

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