Ex-Police man’s life seen through a lens

Andy Summers first picked up a camera during the long down times when he was touring the world as lead guitarist with the 1970s rock band The Police.

With so much time to kill between soundchecks and flights, he picked up a camera and started taking photographs.

And so, with the band at the height of their popularity and success, began a second career as a photographer, a parallel life that has brought critical acclaim and seen him exhibit all ...

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