Roger Pomphrey

Roger Pomphrey is credited for playing guitar on several tracks from the Eurythmics debut album In The Garden, as well as sharing writing credits on Caveman Head and English Summer.

Roger started his career in film as a transport captain and quickly worked his way up the industry to become first assistant director to Mike Leigh, David Hare and Stephen Frears. He subsequently moved into directing promos and has worked with numerous artists including Eurythmics, Massive Attack, REM and Babybird. Roger moved into TV Production where his credits include the highly acclaimed "Armstrong and Miller" show.

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