MUSIC

JACKSON BROWNE, ISSUE 17, EDITOR’S LETTER

I remember the first time I heard Bob Dylan’s poem, “Last Thoughts on Woody Guthrie.” I was sitting on my living room floor with the just-released Bob Dylan Bootleg Series which had come out in 1991. I was floored, literally. I was on the floor, liner notes in hand, not noticing that the sun had […]

29 Nov 2014|Comments Off on JACKSON BROWNE, ISSUE 17, EDITOR’S LETTER

Off Camera featured in Huck Magazine

Here’s a nice little feature from U.K. based Huck Magazine: Off Camera Huck Magazine Feature

12 Jul 2013|Comments Off on Off Camera featured in Huck Magazine

DAVE GROHL, Issue 07, Editor’s Letter

I moved to downtown Los Angeles in 1989, right after graduating college. I found a 1500 square foot loft at 7th and Santa Fe, and asked my friend Scott to share the raw space with me. He was an aspiring chef, and I was a photojournalist working for the Associated Press while also singing and […]

BLAKE MILLS, Issue 03, Editor’s Letter

I occasionally miss the days before cell phones.  Don’t get me wrong, I love the convenience of my phone, and I wouldn’t know what to do without it at this point.  But we have lost something in the art of listening to and experiencing a live music event, and I don’t know if we will […]

AIMEE MANN, Issue 04, Editor’s Letter

I’ve always fancied myself somewhat a hyphenate.  You know, someone who can’t commit to being just one thing.  I direct, I photograph, I write and play music. Some of my favorite artists are hyphenates.  Wim Wenders (director-photographer).  Bob Dylan (singer-songwriter-painter-author).  Clint Eastwood (director-actor-screenwriter-composer). Jim Harrison (author-screenwriter-chef).  Jon Brion (producer-songwriter- singer-film composer-guitarist-pianist-bassist-drummer).  Cameron Crowe (director- screenwriter-journalist).  […]

01 Apr 2013|Comments Off on AIMEE MANN, Issue 04, Editor’s Letter

VAL McCALLUM, Issue 01, Editor’s Letter

When I think back to what shaped my development as a photographer, director, musician, and skateboarder, I realize I owe a debt to the bizarre confluence of events happening in my hometown of Fullerton, California in the late 70’s and early 80’s. Fullerton is the home of Fender Guitars, and I suspect the abundance of […]

01 Feb 2013|Comments Off on VAL McCALLUM, Issue 01, Editor’s Letter