From THE BROUHAHA
I just did this interview with Jim Shearer for his great BEASTIE BOYS fan podcast,
The Brouhaha a couple days ago - you may dig the stories . . .
Renown photographer Glen E. Friedman talks in depth about his iconic work with the Beastie Boys, including the day that yielded the cover shot for Check Your Head.
He also discusses why he threatened to scratch the negative for Public Enemy's It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back, how he almost scored the cover shot for Ill Communication, and whether or not he'll ever join Instagram,
Glen will be signing his latest book, My Rules, on Tue., December 8 at Pilgrim Surf Supply in Brooklyn (68 N. 3rd St.) from 6-8PM.
a few select BB's images of mine over the years:
The most popular Beastie Boys poster of all time.
The classic Washington Square arch poster from '87
In front of Wonderland Elementary School
Image shot for Ill Communication cover, never used.
From the first photo session - The Jerry Lewis jump, at Loyola Marymount outside KXLU