Two new pictures added to the Limited Editions. Robert Plant of Led Zeppelin triptych from a 1971 show and Stevie Wonder from 1986
Tuesday, July 13, 2010
Tuesday, June 22, 2010
Joel Bernstein, Henry Diltz, Graham Nash and Chris Walter at party in La Jolla to celebrate opening of the Taking Aim exhibition at the Museum Of Photographic Arts in Balboa Park in San Diego. The exhibition runs through September before moving to the East Coast.
Thursday, June 10, 2010
The 'Taking Aim' Exhibition moves to the Museum Of Photographic Arts (MOPA) in San Diego through September. On June 18th there will be 'An Evening with Graham Nash' with Graham, Henry Diltz, Joel Bernstein, Chris Walter and hopefully others of the contributing photographers present.
Friday, April 23, 2010
Wednesday, March 24, 2010
Until a few weeks ago I'd never met Jim Marshall. I knew his work, and his legendary ways, but until we both were on the panel with Graham Nash to launch the Taking aim book and Exhibition, our paths had not crossed. Jim was friendly and sociable and I'm glad I finally met him before he and his beloved Leica left us. But with the picture at the left the legendary persona of Jim showed, most photographers don't like being photographed, and when the pressing of the shutter was taking too long he uttered the immortal words "Just take the f****** picture". A lasting final memory of a real character!
The photo is Neal Preston, Jim Marshall, Henry Diltz, Chris Walter and Graham Nash.
Thursday, February 11, 2010
Seen at the panel here are Jim Marshall,Joel Bernstein, Graham Nash, Alan Messer, Chris Walter and Alice Wheeler
Wednesday, February 10, 2010
All the photographers in Seattle l-r clockwise: EMP CEO Tina Orr-Cahall, Jasen Emmons EMP Curator, Chris Walter, Alice Wheeler, Jini Dellaccio, Graham Nash, Neal Preston, Alan Messer, Jim Marshall, Henry Diltz, Joel Bernstein and Charles Peterson. Photos by Cathy Wyatt/Chris Walter Photography.
|Neal Preston, Jim Marshall, Henry Diltz, Chris Walter, Gram Nash and Joel Bernstein.|
Sunday, February 7, 2010
The book and exhibition is a terrific collection of Rock photos picked by Graham Nash from all era's. Graham was a fabulous host and moderator, with great stories and a deep knowledge of photography. As a pioneer of digital printing with partner Mac Holbert at Nash Editions he legitimized the inkjet process for art prints.
Thanks to Jasen Emmons at EMP and Michelle and the Chronicle Books folk for a great show and book.
Photos from the event will be here Monday night.
Tuesday, January 26, 2010
This is going to be a fun Rock Photographer get together where I will join US legends Graham Nash, Neal Preston, Henry Diltz and Jim Marshall, along with fellow Brit Alan Messer (who started out assisting Dezo Hoffman) and another four contributors to the book.
Seattle on Friday Feb 4th will be the opening party and viewing event and Saturday the 5th the public opening with 10 photographers from the book including Graham Nash. Info here