Getty Images
Mar 28, 2022
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Getty Images, a preeminent global visual content creator and marketplace, will once again serve as the official photographer for the 64th Annual GRAMMY Awards®, tasked by the Recording Academy® with capturing one of the world’s most iconic awards ceremonies and music’s only peer‑recognized accolade.

As the official photographer of the show on April 3, Getty Images’ award‑winning entertainment photographers will deliver high‑quality content from all aspects of the show, including arrivals, the red carpet, inside the show, media center, and high‑end portraits of talent backstage.

Leveraging the talents and expertise of Getty Images industry‑leading production team, as well as an unparalleled distribution reach, Getty Images will quickly and efficiently supply content to customers around the globe, all to be distributed exclusively through

“Visual storytelling is at the heart of what we do, and we are thrilled to partner with the Recording Academy once again to bring the most iconic content from the GRAMMY Awards to the world’s media, clients, partners, and fans at home,” said Getty Images Vice President of Global Entertainment Kirstin Benson. “Each year, the GRAMMY Awards brings together the very best talent in music from around the globe for an unparalleled evening, and our editorial team is there to capture it all, as well as highlight the Recording Academy’s continued support of musicians and the fantastic work they do within the industry.”

Building on a longstanding partnership that was forged over a decade ago, Getty Images will continue to cover all major events hosted by the Recording Academy throughout 2022, including the Latin GRAMMY Awards® and MusiCares® and GRAMMY Museum® events.

For over 25 years, Getty Images’ team of content creators have worked tirelessly to create award‑winning imagery and video that allows customers to set themselves apart from their competition, while including a diverse set of experiences and perspectives throughout the content creation process. In addition to the partnership with the Recording Academy, Getty Images content creators are at every major entertainment event globally, from awards ceremonies to fashion weeks to film festivals, covering almost 70,000 entertainment events a year and partnering with major brands on creative content strategy.