Tommy Hanley, the well-known photographer, is one of the few people alive who spent time with The Beatles in their early days.
This year sees the publication of ‘With a Little Help from My Lens’, his memoir of the time he spent with the Fab Four. The book includes many unseen photos taken at the height of their early fame and some fascinating candid images shot in the Apple offices.
Featuring a foreword by Beatles guru Mark Lewisohn, the book is a fascinating insight into the world’s most famous band and the story of the photographer who knew them best.
‘With a Little Help From My Lens’ is a special edition, limited to 1,000 copies, and will be priced at £125