In this short documentary, Dennis tells the stories behind his famous photographs of Bob, what he learned from his work with him from 1974 to 1981, and his collaboration with contemporary artist Shepard Fairey.

Bob Marley - Giant (Documentary) - Hypelifemagazine.com

In 1974, Jamaican singer-songwriter met 16-year old photographer Dennis Morris and was immediately taken with him.

Over the next 7 years, the two developed a friendship as Bob went on tour and Dennis captured some of the most iconic images of him at concerts, backstage, and between shows.

In this short , Dennis tells the stories behind his famous photographs of Bob, what he learned from his work with him from 1974 to 1981, and his collaboration with contemporary artist Shepard Fairey.

This is a collection of deleted scenes from the short documentary “Bob Marley: Giant” about photographer Dennis Morris and his portfolio of images of Jamaican reggae singer-songwriter Bob Marley.

Morris continues to tell the stories behind several of his photos, including “Babylon By Van,” “I Shot The Sheriff,” “Nice Time,” and “Roots Rock Reggae.”

Plus, Morris recalls the moment when he witnessed Marley getting injured while playing football, which eventually led to his death in 1981.

Watch the full length documentary, with deleted scenes!

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