On this episode, Andrew sits down with film director/photographer Jerry Schatzberg. Published in Vogue, McCall’s, Esquire, Glamour, and Life in the 1960’s, Schatzberg captured intimate portraits of the generation’s most notable artists, celebrities and thinkers (from Bob Dylan to Robert Rauschenberg), and he pushed on in the 1970s to the medium of film participating in the renaissance of American cinema, directing films such as: Puzzle of a Downfall ChildThe Panic in Needle ParkScarecrow. His films mark a significant time in the history of film when the importance of solid and introspective narrative proved paramount.

You’re likely familiar with Jerry’s pictures which included the cover of Bob Dylan’s “Blonde on Blonde” and the Rolling Stones in drag.

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On the first episode, Andrew catches up with his old friend, Mick Rock. Last time Andrew saw Mick was at the premiere of his auto-biographical documentary, “SHOT! The Psycho-Spiritual Mantra of Rock.” Mick is often referred to as ‘The Man Who Shot the Seventies’, for his iconic images of Syd Barrett, David Bowie, Lou Reed, Iggy Pop, Queen, the Sex Pistols, The Ramones, Blondie, Rocky Horror Picture Show, etc. London born, he has resided in New York for the past 35 years.

He has shot over 100 album covers including: Lou Reed’s Transformer and Coney Island Baby, Iggy and The Stooges’ Raw Power, Queen’s Queen II (recreated for their classic music video ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’) and Sheer Heart Attack, The Ramones End of the Century and Joan Jett’s I Love Rock ‘n’ Roll.

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