Growing Bolder: Radio Interview Recording with Robert Altman

In this interview, he explains how he was always motivated to keep up with the times. He was one of the first photographers to embrace the digital era. Altman is now an accomplished Web Designer, and has decidedly remained as relevant and creative as ever, evolving his expression to meet current technology with absolute tranquility and jovial memories. Must be those remnant vibes from the inspiring ’60s. -Alexandra Gulkin Continue reading Growing Bolder: Radio Interview Recording with Robert Altman

Robert Altman’s 60s: Rock, Roll and Revolution – Courtesy of ArtVision Exhibitions

The 1960s in America will era of passion, politics, ‘yippies’ and youth in revolution. There was one man there to capture it all, in creative variations of iconic photographs ranging from rock stars to Timothy Leary, Abbie Hoffman and freedom loving yippies. Yes… Yippies. Read ‘Steal This Book’ 🙂 Enjoy! Exhibit continues through November 8th in Boca Raton, FL at ArtVision Exhibitions, LLC. Continue reading Robert Altman’s 60s: Rock, Roll and Revolution – Courtesy of ArtVision Exhibitions

Otis Redding… (A Love Lens)

Otis “Ray” Redding, Jr sings “Sittin’ On The Dock of the Bay,” recorded in 1967 just 3 days before Otis Redding and the Bar-Kay’s tragic plane crash. This little ditty made it to the Billboard Top 100 Hundred Charts, and wasn’t even considered finished by the King of Soul prior to his tragic death at the age of 26. Continue reading Otis Redding… (A Love Lens)