Thursday, December 9, 2010

Art photography - it's never too late to start

If Mick Jagger and Keith Richards is living proof that you're never too old to rock and roll, you may want the example of the legendary Joe Snapper star turn led Bangay.
Even if you cut my teeth a young photographer on the Daily Express in Fleet Street, it was not until he reached the ripe old age of 50 years, Joe was his first musical work.

Discovered by Aries correct lens on the current situation in the first row of the Hammersmith Odeon in London's famous, was thrown into the world visually stimulating acoustic live rock music. He understood immediately that he found his niche.

Since he began with his instincts as a reporter on the rising star to monitor and record moments casually casually on the edge of artists willing to latest official estimate. rose for his reputation in the industry to Joe, was recorded in the inner circles of high society asked to show the dynamic and flamboyant of the 70s and 80s with a intimate portraits amazingly lifelike images of icons such as Madonna, Freddie Mercury, Kate Bush and Bono. He scored also order this image of Margaret Thatcher in the kitchen tea.

During his career, faces Joe Bangay together a remarkable collection of famous portraits and action shots of live performances by some of the greatest in music, film, television, theater, sports, dance and political.

Now, in the 80's, is by far the oldest profession in the world of rock and roll photographer and a real inspiration to us who we are too long to think to follow our dreams tooth
Load disqus comments

0 komentar