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Into the Light: The Music Photography of Jerome Brunet – Signed Copy
9.25 x 13 inches
“Jérôme’s work captures the essence of every musician he covers. His sense of timing, his keen eye and use of light make all the difference.” – Steve Miller, from the foreword of Into the Light
In this stunning collection, Into the Light: The Photography of Jérôme Brunet, renowned music photographer Jérôme Brunet reflects on twenty years of photographing some of the world’s biggest musicians.
Brunet got his start in the music world early, playing cello at four years old and continuing on to the guitar in his teens. His early passion for music translated easily to another artistic pursuit—photography. At the Banlieues Bleues Festival in Paris in 1994, Brunet began a successful career as a music photographer, later shooting some of the most famous musicians of all time, including Carlos Santana, Tom Petty, Robert Cray, B.B. King, and Dave Grohl.
Brunet’s breathtaking style of shooting “contre-jour” or “into the light,” in which the photographer shoots toward a light source, has earned him numerous accolades and awards, including a Worldwide Photography Gala Award in 2001, first place at the 2012 International Photo Awards, and the Graphis Photo Annual Silver Award in 2017.
In Into the Light: The Photography of Jérôme Brunet, an intimate retrospective on the last twenty years, the photographer showcases his curated collection of visually arresting photography of the most important names in music.
A portion of the proceeds from this book will go to the Pinetop Perkins Foundation, providing encouragement and support for young people at the beginning of their musical career and helping provide care and safety for elderly musicians at the twilight of their career.
NOTE: Photographer watermark is for web display purposes only and is not added to the physical print.