David Bailey (born 1938) is one of the greatest living portrait photographers. Although his life’s work is varied, he has become synonymous with London during the 1960s. He was a photographer who was as famous as his subjects. As well as with a voracious appetite for work. Also parties and his female sitters. He became the principal inspiration for the photographer lead in Michelangelo Antonioni’s film, Blow-Up (1966). He and his friends, Terence Donovan and Brian Duffy, were together dubbed the “Black Trinity” by elder rival Norman Parkinson. They represented the new, young, working-class face of fashion photography.