Marc Canter began his career documenting his best friend, Guns n’ Roses guitarist Slash, and his rise as a rock guitarist. Canter found himself front and center documenting the genesis of the next great rock and roll band of the era. He was an official photographer for Guns n’ Roses in 1985 and 1986, where he photographed their first fifty gigs. He assisted and supported the band with filers, ads, demos, equipment and friendship. His photographs appear in the album artwork of “Appetite for Destruction” and “Live Era 87-93”. Canter released his book Reckless Road in 2007, which featured over 1000 previously unseen photos of Guns n’ Roses. His photos have been featured on television and in magazines around the world.