US site Forbes has conducted an in-depth interview with Bill about his photography, and how Bill developed his own, unique style of photography.

Bill’s latest book – Stones From The Inside – has been a hit with fans, and showcases Bill’s incredible photographic archive from his time with the Rolling Stones. Capturing the excitement and candid behind-the-scenes lifestyle, Bill’s book offers a unique look at life touring with the Rolling Stones.

Bill’s photographic style has also won fans, with US website Forbes chatting to Bill about how he got into photography following his uncle Jack Jeffery giving Bill a Brownie box camera in 1959. Bill discusses his inspiration and how he tried to capture the moment with his camera.

Bill says:

In my surroundings I continue to try to capture the moment. Whether it’s a butterfly feeding, a taxi-driver being paid, or a musician performing his art, my camera is always with me.

You can read the full Bill Wyman interview at Forbes.

Find out more about Stones From The Inside.

Picture credit: Mick Jagger (left) and Keith Richards (right) during filming of the Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus on December 11, 1968 PHOTO BY BILL WYMAN APPEARS IN THE NEW BOOK STONES FROM THE INSIDE: RARE AND UNSEEN IMAGES