KEVIN LAMB is primarily a music photographer. He is also an award winning wildlife photographer and photojournalist. He was a winner in the 2009 Wildlife Photography of the Year competition hosted by Canadian Geographic magazine. His photography work helped the Barrie Examiner newspaper win in the Spot News category in the Ontario Newspaper Awards in 2008. His other media credits include Maclean’s, Photo Life, CBC Television, BBC Television, and PIE Magazine.
His music photography can also be found on album artwork and promotional material for many artists including Joel Plaskett, Hollerado, Corin Raymond, Blackie & The Rodeo Kings, and David Wilcox. He also has had photographs published in recent music books by Sean Kelly (Metal On Ice) and Joe Keithley (Talk – Action = 0 An Illustrated History of D.O.A.).
Kevin lives in Barrie, Ontario, Canada.
“When I imagine myself doing what I do, I see myself in a Kevin Lamb photograph.” “Easily one of Canada’s best rock and roll photogs.” – Dave Bidini, musician and author of several books including “On a Cold Road: Tales of Adventure in Canadian Rock”.
“Kevin has a great eye for capturing the magic in a photograph. His music photography is exciting . He captures still life and scenery images beautifully. I find his photography moving and powerful.” – Philip Kamin, photographer and publisher. His 40 music photography books have been published worldwide.
“Kevin Lamb captures the spirit and essence of musicians relating to one another in such a vivid and intimate manner….He understands when and where something is going on and channels it through the lens with respect and a shared joy.” – Colin Linden, musician, songwriter and record producer.
“I was fortunate to have Kevin’s excellent photography grace my book Metal On Ice. His passion for music is evident in his ability to capture in photos musicians in full artistic flight.” – Sean Kelly, musician and author