An art school student with a love of minimalist styles, Brian Eno had little music experience when he became Roxy Music's keyboard player in the early 1970s. He left Roxy after falling out with singer Bryan Ferry and launched his solo career with the experimental art-rock album Here Come The Warm Jets in 1974. After collaborating with Robert Fripp on (No Pussyfooting), Eno explored the potential of the "sonic landscapes" which came to inspire the ambient sub-genre with Another Green World and Discreet Music (both 1975) and, especially, Ambient 1/Music For Airports (1978) and Apollo: Atmospheres and Soundtracks (1983) - which he composed for the documentary film For All Mankind. Eno also became much in demand as a producer, notably working on David Bowie's Berlin Trilogy, Talking Heads' Remain In Light and U2's The Joshua Tree. He has since worked with Coldplay, Devo, Paul Simon, Grace Jones, James and Laurie Anderson whilst sustaining a parallel career as a multi-media artist and writer.