|Occupation||Fashion Stylist / Designer / Journalist, Club Promoter, DJ, Image Consultant, Magazine Editor, Band Manager, Conservation & Enviromental Campaigner.|
|New Romantic founder|
Perry graduated from St. Martins Fashion College, in London (UK) and became an influential face on London's hipsters circuit. In 1980 he co-founded the fashion magazine i-D with Terry Jones, and coined the term 'New Romantic' to describe his fellow socialites. Along with Blitz doorman Steve Strange (singer with Visage) he collected his own social register of contacts to help fill his own i-D club night at Gossips.
In 1980 Duran Duran's management of Paul and Michael Berrow turned to Perry for assistance in styling the band's image and even trusted him with the budget for his directorial debut on the video of "Careless Memories". He also contributed photography to the inner sleeve of band's debut Duran Duran album.
Multi tasking as magazine editor, club promoter/dj, image consultant and fashion stylist, Perry also released two singles for Fetish Records, that includes the first home grown UK Rap song ''What's Funk'' ? Before deciding his career might not be in front of the microphone. Having witnessed the meteoric rise of associates Duran Duran, Spandau Ballet and Visage, Perry concluded that his talents could be best utilized in band management.
Perry's first venture as manager, was with the 1980's band King, who originated from Coventry (UK) and had single chart success in 1985 with the singles "Love And Pride", "Soul on My Boots", ''Alone Without You''' plus "Won't You Hold My Hand Now" - Their album Steps In Time''' was a hit too. His fashion input gave the band their multi-coloured Dr Marten boots, which Perry introduced to the boot makers, resulting in Dr Marten sponsoring the group and enjoying a huge new market for their boots in vibrant colours worldwide.
Perry continued, focussed as a band manager, working with a variety of artists who enjoyed commercial success and critical acclaim, including (in the late 1980's) the seminal tri-hop outfit Massive Attack, breaking the band with their album Blue Lines and the hit singles ''Unfinished Sympathy'' and ''Safe From Harm''.
Next, He dedicated time and resource, to protecting the natural world and enviromental projects during the 1990's, becoming an ardent, passionate conservationist and campaigner - During the early 2000's, he worked with the RSPB ( Royal Society for the Protection of Birds) as campaign coordinator with the successful ''No Airport At Cliffe Campaign'', when UK Labour government plans to build a 5 runway hub airport on the Hoo Peninsula alongside the Thames Estuary were thwarted.
From 2006 till 2015 he lived rather solitary in the swamps close to the natural parc 'Le Rommelaëre' near Saint-Omer (France). In the summer of 2015 he moved towards Spain, where he's still living now.