Synopses & Reviews
Danny Clinch has established himself as a premier photographer of the popular music scene, photographing a wide range of artandshy;ists from Johnny Cash and Tupac Shakur to Bjandouml;rk and Dave Matthews. His photos have appeared on hundreds of album covers, as well as in publications such as Vanity Fair
, Rolling Stone
, and the New Yorker
, and his ad campaigns for John Varvatos have adorned city streets and billboards.
This lavish monograph chronicles Danny Clinchandrsquo;s illustrious career with more than 200 photographs of the most important musicians of all time, along with his personal anecdotes and a written contribution by Bruce Springsteen. With images ranging from backstage shots at the Grammys to intimate candids, Still Moving is the ultimate gift for music lovers.
andldquo;Clinch is a great music photographer because he lives and breathes the stuff.andrdquo;
andldquo;Still Moving very effectively tells the story of modern music history. . . . andlsquo;Soulandrsquo; is an overused word, but damned if thatandrsquo;s not what Danny Clinch has made a name documenting. And because of it, many of Danny Clinchandrsquo;s pictures have become the images you associate with those musicians when you hear their names. Still Moving is full of those images.andrdquo;
andldquo;Danny Clinch is much more than just a andlsquo;rockandrsquo; photographer. Heandrsquo;s arguably one of the most accomplished and versatile photographers and film directors of his generation. . . . The book captures the spirit of a celebrated music photographer and musician.andrdquo;
andldquo;If the music industry were to elect a class historian, photographer Danny Clinch would be a shoo-in for the post. . . . a must-have for any fan of modern music or style.andrdquo;
About the Author
Danny Clinch is one of rock and rollandrsquo;s most prolific photographers, as well as a three-time Grammy-nominated music video and concert film director. He lives in New Jersey.