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Rock and Roll Still Frames Jrme Brunet Image Credit: Malibu Arts Journal
Rock and Roll Still Frames Jrme Brunet Image Credit: Malibu Arts Journal

Rock And Roll Still Frames Jérôme Brunet

Jérôme Brunet’s photographs are narrative. They tell a story of a rock legend on stage in the moment that artist has captured the audience’s heart and imagination.

Kriss Perras

From Tom Petty and Slash to Pinetop Perkins, Brunet’s still frames chronicle the passion with which these music legends perform.

Q&A:

MAJ: Who are your photography influences?

BRUNET: I picked up an instrument long before I picked up a camera. My mother was a classical music teacher and had me playing cello by age four. I then transitioned into guitar as a teen once I developed a love for rock and blues music. The audio and visual passions collided when I took up photography class in high school and continued on thru college at the E.F.E.T School of Photography in Paris. My first concert I shot was at a blues festival in Paris that headlined blues legend B.B. King. From then on I knew that shooting musical icons was my calling.

MAJ: Do you prefer digital or film? And why?

BRUNET: I shot film all the way thru college and then switched over to digital in 2006. I think its largely surpassed film in almost every way. I’m just glad I learned the basics on film, like getting it right in camera.

MAJ: You have


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