Ray Renolds began his career in London in 1969 as an assistant photographer in a fashion and advertising studio. He then became a black and white photographer, working for leading fashion photographers including David Bailey, Guy Bourdin, Patrick Demarchelier, Terence Donovan and Barry Lategan.
At the same time, he shot portraits of personalities for numerous magazines in London and Paris, as well as images for theatrical works and fashion and design creators. In recent years he has devoted himself entirely to photography, always in film. He is represented in the collections of the National Portrait Gallery and the Imperial War Museum in London.
Solo exhibitions at Mind’s Eye / Galerie Adrian Bondy
Group exhibitions at Mind’s Eye / Galerie Adrian Bondy