Monthly Archives: July 2016

Bush and Little Ed

A while back, I told the story of a photo shoot I did with the band Bush. To recap, I took them out into the alley next to the Aragon Ballroom, and positioned them in a doorway. I told the … Continue reading

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Violence in America

“In every generation, ever since Negros have been here, every Negro mother and father has had to face that child and try to create in that child some way of surviving this particular world, some way to make that child … Continue reading

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Something weird

Gered Mankowitz took some of the best pictures of Jimi Hendrix in the 60’s. One of them is up for dispute in France. Seems that a company that makes electronic cigerettes obtained rights to a classic Hendrix portrait, retouched the … Continue reading

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Billy Idol

Last week I quoted from a letter that a photographer sent to a publicist: Contracts that limit what I can do with my work are generally intolerable, but contracts that require me to provide images without any compensation are simply … Continue reading

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