Famed Rock N’ Roll Photographers Tell Their Stories: Pattie Boyd, Carinthia West, Henry Diltz

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“Mick and Linda”, by Carinthia West.

On The Dinner Party podcast with Elysabeth Alfano, Elysabeth turns the WGN A1 studio into a British Pub to welcome Pattie Boyd (photographer, author and first wife to both George Harrison and Eric Clapton),  Carinthia West (Rolling Stones photographer, working on a documentary) and Henry Diltz, often recognized as one of the great music photographers of this century.  Over quintessential savory pies and bangers and mash made by Chef Art Jackson and his wife Chelsea Kalberloh Jackson from the Pleasant House Bakery (http://pleasanthousebakery.com), along with lots of Guinness, Pattie, Carinthia and Henry share great stories from the 1960s and 1970s rock era and just how much has changed in today’s celebrity world.  All photos by the three photographers can be seen in person at the Hilton Asmus Gallery, 716 N. Wells (public reception on Sept 18), or on the website at http://hiltonasmusfoto.com.



60’s and 70’s rock and celeb photographer, actress and model,  Carinthia West, tells a charming real-life tale about Prince Charles on the recent live Dinner Party TV talk show with Elysabeth Alfano.

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