Stoneimagesrocks.com is run by photographer and one time guitar hero Steve Goudie.also known by his former stage name Steve May.
As a lead guitarist and songwriter i started off playing and writing songs in bands such as Falcon, Go Texas,Sweet Liberty, and in my last band Love and the Guitars we made some videos brought out some CDs did a couple of tours and got a lot of TV and radio coverage which was cool , i have always had a passion for music and it was this and my love of photography that sent my career in another direction,I still love playing and writing songs though now i make my living the other side of the camera.
I have been a professional photographer in the entertainment industry since 1995,based in London I started by shooting the likes of ZZ Top, Whitesnake, Thin Lizzy and Motley Crue.
My list of clients spans the 1980s, 1990s and today, including The Who.. Joe Satriani..Peter Frampton..Bruce Springsteen..Kiss..Iron Maiden..U2..The Police..Taylor Swift..Paul McCartney..Bon Jovi..Oasis..BB King..Rihanna..The Foo Fighters..Elton John..Lady Gaga..Crosby.Stills.Nash and Young..Katy Perry..Queen..Usher and Slash to name just a few and a lot of these musicians have become friends of mine through my work.
I work also with many of the top record labels including Sony BMG.. Warner Brothers.. Atlantic.. Virgin.. Island.. Polydor..Capitol.. Columbia..RCA.. Electra.. EMI..amongst many others as well as providing work for Solarpix Photo Agency,Noble PR, PR Photos,Getty images and the likes of Powerplay, Guitarist,Guitar player,Rhythm and OK magazines.i am also chief photographer for Getreadytorockonline and a main picture contributor for Record Collector magazine.
My photography and artwork can be seen on numerous cd and dvd covers..bands biographys.. liners and tour posters and continue to grace the covers and pages of domestic and international magazines as well as online.
I try capturing the emotion of rock n' roll in my images, I developed my own techniques and style and try my very best to capture everything in natural light were possible.