45 RPMs; 45 Years of Photography in Music
Aired On: Oct 4, 2012
Jeffrey Scales talks about his career as a photographer, focusing on the world of music.
Jeffrey Scales began taking photographs of the Black Panthers and other political activists of the 1960’s at the age of 13. One year later, his work appeared Time magazine. In 1979, he was recruited to be the photo editor of LA Weekly.
Since 1998, Scales has been a photography editor at The New York Times and is currently editing The...
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