Shot in a recording studio in Los Angeles in the 1970s, the amazing fact of this photo is Jerry Lee came dressed in the clothes you see him wearing. This was in Los Angeles in the mid 70s, an era, if ever there was one, of the terminally hip. I found his wardrobe charming. All the other pieces of the photograph were improvised from items in the studio. I had come with the spot/strobe.
from OXFORD AMERICAN MAGAZINE
“We have scoured hundreds of images of Jerry Lee and think that yours is by far the most riveting and gorgeous and unique....You have an amazing eye. I can’t get over this photo--it is sort of haunting and cool and odd, like a David Lynch movie...It is one of the snazziest, hottest, most beguiling music portraits ever.”
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