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Photographed 2003 in London. This was one of her first shoots after being signed to Island Records and predates her debut album, Frank.
Phil Knott on photographing Amy Winehouse: “I met Amy in 2003 at Island Records HQ in Chiswick, London. At the time, this was another job. I had heard about Amy, but due to the pre-internet years, it came through in bits and pieces, an article here and there, word of mouth, etc. I heard she was a pretty amazing performer and she played out in the Camden area. She seemed really quiet and shy when I met her. We arranged a shoot date and a location. The location we decided upon was Portabello Rd and Goldborne Rd, in the West London area. So we spent a fantastic day, she was up for ideas, a great subject. She was pretty funny, in a London way. It's only looking back in hindsight that I realize that Amy wasn't allowed to grow old and to be forgiven. A lot of artists have gone through crazy times and come out the other end. It's really sad she died so young, which always begs the question, what if...but I suppose it was her time, and now to join the immortal ranks of the twenty-seven club, to be remembered forever."
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