Posts Tagged ‘the Beatles first U.S. concert’

My inspiration for photography and for music were together in a long forgotten space in Washington, D.C. My inspiration for photography and for music were together in a long forgotten space in Washington, D.C. Featured Mar 1st Aaron Montes Before the concert: Photography WASHINGTON D.C. — I was not expecting this. How could it be that my inspiration for photography and for music were there hand in hand in a room long forgotten? There he stood and their faces looked......Read More
Light itself is a spiritual quest for famed Beatles photographer Mike Mitchell Light itself is a spiritual quest for famed Beatles photographer Mike Mitchell Art Dec 29th Luis Hernandez Phtographs from “The Beatles Illuminated: The Discovered Works of Mike Mitchell” were auctioned by Christie's on the 20th of July, 2011. (Photo courtesy of Mike Mitchell) EL PASO – A sense of adventure, a camera and a little......Read More
Mike Mitchell’s Beatles photos tell a tale of 50 years of friendship Mike Mitchell's Beatles photos tell a tale of 50 years of friendship Featured Jul 28th David Smith-Soto When the hammer went down, Mike Mitchell’s backlit group photo of the Beatles at their first U.S. concert sold for $68,500. All 46 of the images he shot in 1964 when he was 18 years old sold at Christie’s New York City auction-house......Read More