Mick Rock Death – Cause Of Death: Famous British and legendary icon in music photography Mick Rock who was also known as the Man Who Shot the Seventies has passed away unexpectedly and unanticipated on Thursday 18th November 2021at the age of 72, the circumstances of his death had not been confirmed at the time of this writing.
He was born Michael in 1948 in Hammersmith, London to David and Joan. He attended Emanuel School in London and studied at Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge where he obtained a degree in Medieval and Modern Language. Mick was the main cameraman on the films The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, and Shortbus. He also created and conducted the music videos “John, I’m Only Dancing”, “Jean Genie”, “Space Oddity”, and “Life on Mars” on Bowie’s Sound and Vision DVD collection.
Mick was a legendary photographer who has left the world with pictures of icons he shot. Some of the legends he worked for include Snoop Dogg, Air Traffic, Maxwell, Alicia Keys, The Gossip, Lady Gaga, Richard Barone, Queen, David Bowie, T. Rex, Syd Barrett, Lou Reed, Iggy Pop, and The Stooges, The Sex Pistols, and numerous others. His legacy will linger forever.