Gregory Nolan is professional photographer specializing in music documentary work, but increasingly expanding his scope to a broader range of projects. He got his start photographing London’s indie music scene in the mid-2000’s, capturing the full scope of the music, the crowds, and the individuals who made the scene at that time. From there, he toured extensively with Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls and BASTILLE. He has shot and directed two documentary films for Frank Turner, and in 2015 published a book of his photography with BASTILLE. 

He has also worked with multiple music labels, including Virgin, Polydor, Interscope, Xtra Mile, and Warner, with bands including The Dropkick Murphys,  Rag'n'Bone Man, Otherkin, Rationale, Arsenal, Grizfolk, and many more. 

Aside from his music photography, Gregory has created several personal projects, working to explore other aspects of photography. From portraiture to landscapes, he brings a focus on emotion, connection, and the spirit behind the scene.

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