A Group of Vultures

I love when stuff like this happens. My friend’s band came to Long Beach last weekend and I brought my camera … Then I asked New Noise Magazine if they were interested in posting the photos and review on their website … They said yes, so here it is . A Vulture Wake – A Wake…

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Pirates and Gamblers, What a Night!

Please click here to see my photos and review of Alex’s Bar’s 17th anniversary rockshow in New Noise Magazine. I am still not very comfortable with using my flash … But I used it for the Riverboat Gamblers’ set … I went back to high ISO for Throw Rag. Alex’s Bar is bathed in RED…

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Portfolio 2016

My work is about rock and roll, specifically the rock and roll environment I live in, the subculture. In 1980, during high school, I was swallowed up by punk rock in Southern California. That scene was a creative incubator where I developed my vision. Throughout most of the Nineties I took a hiatus from photography…

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The Damned are a not a goth band!

I’m happy to be able to post my photos and review of The Damned 40th Anniversary show at The Belasco Theatre in Downtown Los Angeles. Please see the link to New Noise Magazine here. I didn’t include the set list in my review because it was so long … But here it is, if you’re interested…

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Pulling Muscles and Mussels at Music Tastes Good.

This is the first actual “rockshow review” I’ve ever done, and it’s published. All of my fears and growing pangs are right here for readers of New Noise Magazine to see. I actually think this review is OK. The magazine is moving away from photo galleries toward show reviews accompanied by photos … So if I…

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JUMP shots only – Warped San Diego and Pomona.

I love jump shots. Teenage Bottlerocket:   Masked Intruder (or should I say Intruder Green): The Interrupters: Four Year Strong:

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The Warped tour – Grumpy old man version

I had a booth for STEAL MUSIC BUY ART at the San Diego and Pomona Warped Tour stops this year. We learned at the IT’S NOT DEAD Festival in October that people at festivals really don’t want to buy artwork while attending a festival … They probably don’t have the money with them and if…

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