Pat Pope is a portrait photographer with over 20 years experience. He has worked for a variety of press, record companies, publicity and private clients. He has also travelled extensively including stints in former war zones such as Beirut, Bosnia and Belfast (all B's).
Starting his career at the emergence of Brit Pop in the early 90's his first job was with Britain's hottest new band, 'Suede' and the session resulted in a portrait of Brett Anderson being used on their first album. A portrait of the singer Dido hangs in the National Portrait Gallery Pat Pope also worked with The Prodigy for a few years. His work appearing on many of their releases including the seminal 'Fat Of The Land' LP. Morrissey chose Pat Pope's session, shot for Melody Maker in 1997, when redesigning two of his album covers, resulting in the new version of his LP 'Maladjusted' .