Punk Photography: Experience Not Required
Aired On: Jul 26, 2012
Roberta Bayley discusses her journey from a sunny Northern California upbringing to the rock war being waged in the streets of 70's New York City.
Roberta Bayley chronicled the early days of punk rock. Bayley’s photographic work includes images of Blondie and the Sex Pistols on tour, Elvis Costello in the green room at CBGBs and Richard Hell and hanging out in Lower East Side. Her portraits include photos of Iggy Pop, Talking Heads, The Clash, the Damned and X-Ray Spex. Her record covers include debut albums by The...
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