My favourites include the one where a group of mods hang around outside the venue at The Jam's last ever gig in Brighton in 1982 and "Booty And The Beat", where a young Beatles fan polishes his Chelsea boots. Then there are those which celebrate great moments in Sheffield music history, from Phil Oakey getting his trademark haircut, to a young Alex Turner and his mates musing after a kick around at a local park that they should form a band. His gallery, "A Month Of Sundays", in his native Sheffield, is well worth a visit.
In the wake of the Stone Roses' triumphant return, he has two new pictures for sale. One is an eighties bedroom, where a teenage fan relaxes to the debut album. The other is a portrait of the band as they are now, but with the clever twist that all are donning their eighties clothing. Ian Brown, in particular, wears that top - the one that was such a familiar part of the band's overall look.
Find out more about McKee and his work here.