Peter Blachley’s love of music started at a very early age. He would play bongos to the 45 rpm singles on his family's phonograph player. Fast forward through playing in bands in high school, drums, guitar, vocals, piano and eventually moving to Los Angeles from his home in Sonoma County, California.
Blachley was hired on at Capitol Record's iconic Hollywood Tower, starting in the Creative Services branch and then heading up marketing and production for Capitol/EMI’s Video division. Ten years later Blachley founded Morrison Hotel Gallery in New York City with partners Richard Horowitz and iconic music photographer Henry Diltz. Recognized today as the leading brand in fine art music photography the gallery represents over 125 of the worlds best music photographers and their estates.