Behind the Groove – A photographer’s music diary from Kingsley Davis


Down at Carnaby street is an exhibition of unseen photographs from Kingsley Davis.

On a cold March evening, I headed down to 43 Carnaby Street, London for the launch party of my friend’s photography exhibition. I have known Kingsley since school and have seen him progress from art student to an excellent music photographer. Taking pictures of the latest artists at the cutting edge of the music scene.

This evening was packed, the DJ was spinning as I entered WeSC’s space gallery.


The photographs are displayed in the basement gallery mostly in aluminium lush frames & canvases.


Last chance to view the gallery is this week until the 18th April 2013. Or to find out more go to |


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