David Bowie's legacy is his endless reinvention, says his photographer

'David Bowie's legacy is how he consistently created new material', says his photographer

The anniversary of David Bowie's death was on Tuesday

Thursday, January 12, 2017

One of the most important factors of David Bowie's legacy was his limitless capacity to create cutting-edge material, his photographer has said.

Tuesday marked the first anniversary of Bowie's death and people around the world have been remembering the life and career of the rock legend, one of the most famous artists of all time.

Ray Burmiston, who starting photographing the singer in 1997, reflected on his life in interview with talkRADIO's Jonny Gould.

Burmiston said: “Bowie was just kind of turning corners every time [he released new music] almost, and nobody’s really done that.

“It’s quite a feat and I don’t think there’s anybody else who’s done it and I think that’s one of the most important factors of his legacy.

"All those albums, they were still cutting-edge."

Listen to the full interview above