As a teenage roadie to Mott The Hoople, Peter Hince first met Queen in 1973 when they were support act on a UK tour. After Mott split up, Peter began working full-time for Queen as they recorded their Night at The Opera album, which included the seminal Bohemian Rhapsody. Principally Freddie Mercury and John Deacon’s roadie, Peter subsequently became head of the road crew and worked with Queen until the end of their final tour in 1986, when he left the music business to pursue a career in advertising photography.
London based, award winning Peter continues to work with his photography archive, and as a writer. His highly successful memoir Queen Unseen, has been published in over a dozen territories world-wide and Peter also writes comedy and screenplays.