What makes an exceptional photo?
Great Timing and an Eye for the Extraordinary!
The magic ingredients a photographer needs to go beyond the right equipment and knowing how to use it.
From the explosive energy of dance, to the drama and laughter of theater, to the spine-tingling emotional directness of music, the performing arts are among the most positive and compelling of human endeavors. My goal is to capture the essence of a performance and the moments that define performers and their art.
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Swedish singer-songwriter phenom José Gonzales talked about his songwriting method, how it takes him as long as a year to complete a song, and the lyrics come last. The music and the melody percolate for a long time before he adds words. Part of a fascinating seminar with UCSB Music…
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June 1966. Battle of the bands in the parking lot at Bennett Music Co. on E. Anapamu Street, Santa Barbara. Noted drummer Tom Lackner (currently in Jeff Bridges’ band) out front with L to R Barry Burnell, David Bazemore and Roger Goodspeed. Plus an unknown master of the uke going all…