Friday the 13th came and went and with it 50 or so people popped into my Music Art reception at Nick’s On Grand, 223 Grand Avenue, South San Francisco. They looked, sipped, mingled, stayed for dinner, sat in with the band, and seemed to be having as good a time as I did. The artwork… Continue reading What a fun Party it was…
I attended a screening of Time Remembered, the story of jazz piano genius Bill Evans last night at the Lark Theater in Larkspur. It was preceded by a short concert by Dick Fregulia’s Bill Evans Tribute Band. The lighting was so well done that I had to shoot with my iphone. Here are a few… Continue reading Great Lighting and an iphone
Four new ones since the last post. Still plan on a couple more. There will be an exhibition in the Bay Area later in the year. Woo Hoo!
Currently I’ve finished 8 new renderings of musicians with a plan to do several more in the series. You’ll find them in my Music portfolio on this site where you can see larger versions. Hope you like them – and I’d love to have any questions or comments!!
A wonderful review of a wonderful tour-de-force performance of Marcus Shelby’s Port Chicago Suite just came out using 3 of my photographs. Thank you Jeff Kaliss for the brilliant analysis of the evening and for using my photographs. Here’s the review.
Another photo I took of the talented pianist, Larry Vuckovich, found its way into the Napa Valley’s Weekly Calistogan. After this past month where TWO of my musician photos were used in two different obituaries, it is heartening to see one used to promote great music! @larryvuckovich.
Happy to have one of my little jazz shots used in a new local site – even if it was a quick mobile phone shot meant to share on the night. The top image of the Cartoon Jazz Octet playing on a tiny stage in Bird & Beckett Books and Music, one of my favorite… Continue reading One of my music shots used for new website
After a wonderful concert at the Nikko, I was privileged to be asked to take a few photographs of the stellar artists.
A fun afternoon meeting lots of folks from the Outer Richmond, plus seeing friends who’d stopped by just ’cause they knew I’d be there. Great help and company from Linda McGilvray – on the left in the photo – and thanks for the photo, Brian McMillan.
A very nice article appeared in today’s San Francisco Chronicle about some of my recent jazz photography which is being featured at a festival this weekend. It should be a fun day, so if you’re reading this before Saturday, August 4th, and you’re somewhere near San Francisco, here are the details: