BiographyLichfield first took to the camera at the age of six. After starting on his own in the early sixties he was in demand for editorial work, including Life and Queen Magazine and many national newspapers.
His big break came when he was given a five-year contract with American Vogue by Diana Vreeland. Along with editorial work, came numerous advertising commissions.
In 1981 he was appointed official photographer at the wedding of the Prince of Wales. Lichfield was awarded Fellowships of both The British Institute of Professional Photographers and The Royal Photographic Society. He published many books on photography and his pictures have been exhibited throughout the world.