"Paul Butterfield, Better Days, Boston, MA 1974"
Many of us kids living in the suburbs in the 1960′s can thank Paul Butterfield for introducing us to Blues music. We were enthralled with the new direction of rock and roll as it embraced the new ideals of that era. The steady beat of a four count, the… View Post shared via WordPress.com
An Intimate Encounter with Jackson Browne, Boston...
When I first began resurfacing my work from the 70′s, I found revisiting these moments presented me with a new perspective on them. Back then, having access to the stage, during shows and sound checks was common. The sound check shots were often the most… View Post shared via WordPress.com
A Walk in The Park
San Francisco is a beautiful city. When I lived there in the 70′s, I found myself somedays leaving the work world behind (when I was working) and just heading out for a walk. One day, with camera in tow, I decided to document my exploits. No plans, no… View Post shared via WordPress.com
A line is a dot that went for a walk.– Paul Klee (via sfmoma)