Exhibition press release

Resonators by Scarlet Page
A stunning collection of portraits of guitar legends including
Paul McCartney, Jeff Beck, Albert Lee, Brian May, Hank Marvin, Mark Knopfler, Wilko Johnson, Jack White, Joe Walsh, Nile Rodgers, Chrissie Hynde, Noel Gallagher, Paul Weller, Steve Jones and Slash
Out 1st December

Resonators Exhibition – Portraits of guitar legends by Scarlet Page
Proud Camden
26th November – 6th December

Pre-order here:

Resonators is a personal project by the acclaimed rock photographer Scarlet Page. A collection of extraordinary portraits of some of the world’s greatest guitar heroes all selected, shot, and edited by Scarlet, the images have been collected together here in a book for the first time.
Released on December 1st, Resonators is distributed by Werkkraft.
To coincide with the book launch an exhibition of all the images will be held at Proud Camden in London from November 26th – December 6th. Entry is free.

The Resonators are:
Albert Lee, Billy Corgan, Brian May, Chrissie Hynde, Def Leppard, Dick Taylor (Stones), Graham Coxon, Hank Marvin, Jeff Beck, Jimmy Page, Joe Walsh, John Frusciante, Johnny Marr, Justin Hawkins, Kelly Jones, Mark Knopfler, Mick Jones, Nile Rodgers, Noel Gallagher, Paul McCartney, Paul Stanley, Paul Weller, Peter Green, Phil Manzanera, Robert Fripp, Serge, Slash, Steve Jones, John Squire, Wayne Kramer, Wilko Johnson.

The product of Scarlet’s two year global quest to photograph the greatest guitar players, Resonators has been self funded via a successful Kickstarter campaign. A percentage of the profits will be donated to Teenage Cancer Trust. All Resonators artwork has been designed by Warren Jackson, with additional wording from novelist Ben Myers.

Explaining why she is fascinated by the person behind the guitar and why she wanted to capture them, Scarlet says: “Ultimately they are just instruments; a guitar is always a guitar, but the human face is constantly changing and it is people that I’m really interested in.”

She continues: ‘The response from everyone has been overwhelming, and the demand for a book has been so high that we knew we had to get it published. I’ve never had my own book published before so it became very personal. As a photographer I’ve had my work published in many other books, and photographed artists for their own books, but this is something really special.”

For further information on Scarlet Page and Resonators please contact:
DEBRA GEDDES, Great Northern PR,, 07747 560019
For Resonators exhibition information please contact:
JULIA SAFE, +44(0) 20 7839 4942,

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