“It’s Never Just Been a Job, It’s Been My Life” – J.M.
Aired On: Jul 31, 2014
Amelia Davis presents a slide presentation of Jim Marshall’s extraordinary life’s work that documented music icons and national culture, from the 1950’s North Beach jazz scene in San Francisco through the turmoil of the 60’s and the rock and roll explosion in America.
Amelia Davis is an accomplished, award-winning photographer who has published three books of her own work and been included in numerous gallery and juried exhibitions. She was also famed photographer Jim Marshall's assistant for his last thirteen years and is now the sole owner and manager of Jim Marshall Photography LLC.
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