Farrah Skeiky is the creative/culture manager for the LINE DC. A member of to the front, women photograph, women photojournalists of washington, and the contrario collective. She has been shooting music in DC and Baltimore for over a decade.
This week we talk to the iconic photographer and chronicler of New York’s punk scene for over 40 years. We caught up with him before his opening in The Bowery.
This week we took to the streets of New York to talk to the iconic photographer and chronicler of New York’s punk scene for over 40 years, Godlis. We caught up with him before his opening in The Bowery. Check out his book here.
We kick off our three part music photography series with an interview with Roberta Bayley, who shot The Ramones, Deborah Harry, The Sex Pistols, and more when she worked at the legendary CBGB club in New York’s Bowery during the 70s. She abruptly quit photography in the early 80s.
Discussing photographing live music, from local punk shows to big time stars with Josh Sisk.
Josh Sisk is a Baltimore based photographer who is most well known for his work shooting live music. He is a contributing Photographer for the Washington Post, Baltimore City Paper, Decibel, Noisey, and has been featured in many other publications across the world, including Rolling Stone.