It’s been a little while since I’ve posted one of these. This is guitarist Martin Butler from 70’s Mercury recording artists The Demons.
A few years ago my wife and I did a road trip through Texas. We tried to stick to back roads as much as possible and I found some really great buildings along the side of the road. Lots of charm and old school feel. I particularly liked this shot because of the color and the potted plants. I could have done without the telephone/electric lines against the sky but was not about to retouch them out. I go for real . . .
I recently did an interview with art consultant Marla Hamburg Kennedy which was just published to her Art and Living blog. Through answering these questions I actually realized a few things about some of my favorite photos that I had never really thought about before. Each one of these 3 photos has the juxtaposition of being stuck and having time move on at the same time. Please read the interview to see more.
I was going back through all of my iPhone shots the other day and found this that I had totally forgotten about. This is one of the very first shots that I ever took on an iPhone. I just happen to catch this at the right moment. I love the light and love the mood.
The Huffington Post just published a story about my Unsung Heroes/Musicians 50+ project including 15 images.
This is Liberty Devitto, Billy Joel’s drummer for 30 years.
This is my portrait of hard rock drummer Carmine Appice. Carmine has been credited with influencing every hard rock drummer that came after him including Mr. John Bonhan from Zeppelin. Carmine has played with Vanilla Fudge, Cactus, Jeff Baeck, Rod Stewart among others.
Four images from my Half-Drag series are now being shown at POP International Gallery on West Broadway in Soho, NYC.
Four images from my New York City Wall Art series are being shown at POP International Gallery on West Broadway in Soho, NYC.