BRIAN HAMILL: "has contributed to some of the most memorable images taken during the 60’s and 70’s"

March 10, 2012 | Source: Monroe Gallery of Photography

Brian Hamill: Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci, Brooklyn, 1979

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Ansel Adams was once quoted as saying “A great photograph is one that fully expresses what one feels, in the deepest sense, about what is being photographed.” A man this could not ring truer for is photographer Brian Hamill. A New York City native that has seen it all,

The image above of De Niro and Pesci first caught my eye from Brian’s catalog of work, but as you start to dig, the faces that shaped our world in the 1960’s and 70’s begin to emerge from behind his lens.

Recently I sat down with him at my local coffee spot, Minerva Cafe, to hear a few stories and to provide a link between images on this site and the eye behind them. After the break is our conversation along with a few photos you might recognize. Enjoy. (Full post here)

Brian Hamill

Visit Monroe Gallery of Photography (Booth #419) during the AIPAD Photography Show March 28 - April 1 to view some of Brian Hamill's photographs.

Related: Brian Hamill Remembers John Lennon

John Lennon, Rooftop of The Dakota, 1975

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