One of the early innovators of rock-and-roll photography, renowned photographer Guy Webster has spanned the worlds of music, films and politics in a stellar 40-year career. While shooting album covers and billboards for groups that included The Rolling Stones, The Mamas and the Papas, The Beach Boys, The Byrds, The Doors, Simon & Garfunkel and Chicago, he also photographed such film legends as Rita Hayworth, Dean Martin and Natalie Wood.Read More
Kwasi Boyd-Bouldin (b. 1977) is a Los Angeles based photographer whose work focuses on the urban environment and how a neighborhoods physical composition reflects the lives of it’s inhabitants. He is best known for The Los Angeles Recordings, an ongoing documentary project comprised of photo essays about L.A.’s rapidly changing urban landscape. He has also recently collaborated with KCET in the creation of In Plain Sight, a series photographing locations of police violence and was one of Time Magazine’s 12 African American Photographers to Follow in 2017.Read More
Lara Jo Regan's career as a photographer has been uncommon and diverse, achieving serious acclaim and respect across several disciplines.
With a background in anthropology, journalism, film and fine art, Regan's work combines painterly aesthetics with closely behavioral studies and oblique social commentary, a signature style she has applied to everything from impoverished Appalachians to the rich elite. Her interpretive documentary coverage of American culture has been regularly commissioned and published by the world's leading magazines such as Time, Newsweek, Life, Premiere and Entertainment Weekly, among many others. She is the recipient of many of her field's highest honors, including the coveted World Press Photo of the Year.
Her latest book is titled Dog in Cars.
Hollywood is a town that has been defined more by its myths than its realities. It's a town built on fiction and endless aspirations.
So, photographs that are free from the influence of publicists and marketing teams can seem jarring and surprising. But that can be a good thing.Read More