The One LP Project

The One LP Project – jazz photographer William Ellis- now available for Jazz festivals worldwide. 

One LP is a unique and critically acclaimed portraiture photography project that explores the inspirational qualities of jazz recordings and the impact that they have on people’s lives.  

One LP consists of a portrait of an artist with a favourite recording. Each photograph is accompanied by a short interview which explores the meaning and value to the subject. For an example see  Gregory Porter One LP portrait and interview-  One LP TV
The project’s originator, William Ellis is a world renowned music photographer based in England whose works have been exhibited at jazz festivals and arts venues across the world. William’s images are held in the collection of the National Portrait Gallery in London.

The world-premiere exhibition was held in New York at the ARChive of Contemporary Music in September 2014 and the One LP Project is now available to jazz festivals as an exhibition (either pop-up style or framed) and can be complemented with numerous options including presentations, seminars and workshops. Participating musicians can also be photographed at your event by arrangement.

One LP has a compelling educational aspect which further connects audience with artists enhancing the audience experience. The photographs are not for sale and the event is presented on a fee basis which is agreed based on individual requirements.
"British photographer William Ellis is perhaps best known for his impeccable photos of jazz musicians. Truly cool interactive exhibits like this that combine multiple art forms don’t come around often." Time Out New York
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