Alex Huggan is a highly accomplished live music, tour and festival photographer – producing modern iconic images for bands, artists, publications, and rights owners.
Along Alex’s journey he has photographed album covers, promotional and media images for many bands & artists, including the music legends STING, Joe Perry, and the late Tom Petty. Most recently Alex photographed some artwork for Joe Perry’s latest album cover SWEETZERLAND MANIFESTO produced by Johnny Depp. However, Alex excels in his live music work, covering band portraits and performances from stage. Sometimes being described as the ‘other bandmate,’ his instrument being his camera…
Alex’s work is published regularly by music magazines and online blogs, including being featured in Rolling Stone Magazine, L.A. Weekly, the BBC’s website, The Huffington Post, CBS News Los Angeles, Billboard, Hollywood Reporter, to name a few… Alex’s has also photographed country singer Kasey Lansdale’s most recent album cover ‘Leave Her Wild’ produced by John Carter Cash (son of Johnny and June Carter Cash) and Alex was also one of the last photographers to capture the late Tom Petty in the weeks prior to his passing.
Alex is proud to be the official photographer at West Hollywood’s famous music hotspot Sunset Marquis for their Live@Sunset music series and Alex is represented by the exclusive fine art photography gallery Morrison Hotel Gallery (Los Angeles, New York, Miami & Maui).
Alex Huggan’s impressive roster of bands and artists include Johnny Depp, Mumford and Sons, The Lumineers, Jane’s Addiction, Vintage Trouble, Bear’s Den, The Naked and Famous, Tegan & Sarah, The Shins, The Wombats, J Cole, Young the Giant, FIRE, Crystal Castles, Ross Holmes (Cadillac Sky, Mumford & Sons & Chess Boxer), Oh Wonder, Everclear, Sugar Ray, STING, Hamish Anderson, Jack Johnson, Eddie Vedder (Pearl Jam), Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats, Norah Jones, Father Joh Misty, Jim James, the late Charles Bradley, Jackie Greene, Nicki Bluhm, Hiss Golden Messenger, Jeff Goldblum, Dawes, Alabama Shakes, The Revivalists, ZZ Ward, Andy Grammer, Lukas Nelson & The Promise of the Real, Fitz and the Tantrums, Jamtown, the late Tom Petty, Joe Perry (Aerosmith) and Weezer.
Festivals: Arroyo Seco Weekend, Life is Beautiful, Monterey Pop Festival 50, Ohana Festival, Coachella, Malibu Music Festival and South by South West.
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