After finding out about David Bailey and Jean Shrimpton, I was pleased to discover another seminal 1960s photographer, Normal Parkinson. There was an exhibition on him in Bristol just now, showing some of the prints in public for the first time. Parkinson, who was slightly before Bailey (he started work at Vogue in 1942 and the peak of his career was the 50s and early 60s) is widely credited with being one of the first photographers to shoot models on location and not in the studio. I really do love some of the movement in these pictures! and the cat in the first one, or course!