In the summer of 1968, Tom Murray was invited to a publicity photo shoot for a “popular rock and roll group” by a fellow photographer. As it turned out, the band that they were shooting was The Beatles.
From two rolls of film, Mr. Murray kept 23 negatives which are considered the most important color photographs of the group. The impromptu shoot took Tom and the band on a mad dash around London; the collection of photographs has become known as The Mad Day: Summer Of ’68.
His work has been exhibited in galleries and museums throughout the world and has appeared in numerous magazines and newspapers like GQ, Vogue, The New York Times, and The London Times.