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Monday 22 September 2008 @ 17:04 - GMT

''Terry was 'court photographer,' and Im so glad he was with us throughout the madness: in his evocative and stylish photos he captured those moments as no other photographer could.''

Above are Elton's comments about a man who has captured images of the singer at home, at play, on the road and at work.

As announced previously, Proud Camden is presenting Eltonography: A Life in Pictures from Terry ONeills private archive, many of which have remained unpublished until now. Specifically selected from a back catalogue of thousands, ONeills shots document the life of a pop legend in a way never before seen.
What began with a one-off photo shoot as Reginald Dwight became Elton John, developed into a friendship and photographic partnership which has taken each artist on a journey to fame and acclaim. This exhibition is the legacy of that relationship.

ONeill comments: ''You cant help but love Elton. Hes a genius, an enigma, a star, possibly one of the greatest of all time means.'' 

Launched to coincide with the release of a book by the same name, Eltonography will surprise, delight and reveal. This show, running from September 24 through November 2, will provide an exclusive first look at the much anticipated publication, which contains over 200 unique images.

Janine Limb, Press Officer for Proud Galleries, tells EJW that Terry will be at the opening, signing copies of his book. The event is even in Elton's diary, so it is possible that the subject of the display will attend.

Janine adds:

''We are hopefully going to tour the exhibition to the U.S.''

Meanwhile, the pictures in London can be seen daily, and admission is free.

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