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Experienced music publicist will oversee publicity. A number of high profile outlets are already interested in seeing pages. Direct-to-consumer advertising via social media outreach. Author events.
Cody Smyth has been shooting professionally for almost 20 years. He has worked for clients such as Vanity Fair, NME, Nylon, Dazed & Confused, MTV, and Ford Models. Along with The Strokes, he has photographed such stars as Lil Wayne, Kanye West, Joan Jett, Dave Gahan, and Alicia Keys. His work has appeared in CBGB & OMFUG: Thirty Years from the Home of Underground Rock (2005, Abrams Books). Mick Rock was born in London in 1948 and is known as "The Man who shot the seventies" for his iconic images of Syd Barrett, David Bowie, Lou Reed, Iggy Pop, Queen, the Sex Pistols, The Ramones, Blondie, Rocky Horror Picture Show, etc. London born, he has resided in New York for the past 35 years. He has shot over 100 album covers. His most recent book is Mick Rock: The Rise of David Bowie, 1972-1973, published by Taschen. Gabriel Kuo began his career working in the music industry at Rolling Stone, Sony Music, Elektra Records and MTV. From there he formed the design studio BRM, working with clients such as Adidas, ESPN, Heineken and Diesel, as well as projects for Ghostface Killah, Maroon 5, The Misshapes, and Kanye West. For two years he served as the global creative director for Bob Marley's lifestyle brand, House of Marley. Alongside client work, he has written numerous music articles for The Fader and also opened a concept store in Berlin, Germany.
"The recollections in The First Ten Years are so personal and intimate that you feel like you're being let into one of the band's old basement hangs at 2A. . . . The book's biggest treats aren't the sweaty, sultry shots of shows at Don Hill's, Irving Plaza, Bowery Ballroom, and Hammerstein Ballroom; they're the snaps of the guys during their high school years in the mid-'90s, looking like typical grunge fanboys." --Bedford and Bowery