Craig Erickson is a Long Beach-based photographer specializing in concert photography since the early 1970’s. He’s shot a wide variety of festivals and other live music events for MusicUCanSee and the Long Beach Blues Society, and is a regular contributor to The College of Rock and Roll Knowledge on Facebook.
I find joy in capturing the beauty of the world through my own eyes and sharing it with others. Film photography has allowed me to do that, and it has become a passion of mine. I find beauty in the simplicity of everyday life. I carry my camera with me wherever I go, and I’m taking you all with me, too. Follow me from Greece to Lebanon, Jordan, Italy, India and more through my photos. I invite you to bring a little piece of the world home with you. All photos are taken on 35mm film with either my trusty Pentax K1000 or Contax T2.
Since the age of 7, Heather Morrow has always had a camera with her. Her first photos were from festivals in Japan (her Dad was stationed there with the Navy). In high school, Heather took a photography class and her Dad set-up his old developer and other equipment, for her to practice what she was learning. She still has many of these prints. Fast-forward a little over 30 years and the pandemic led Heather to re-engage with her passion for photography. She has spent the last two years honing her technical skills and exploring her creativity. You can follow Heather on IG @ascapturedbyheather
Mark finds passion and inspiration in all things. Photography is how he expresses that passion. Around here, Mark seems to be everywhere at once. He is indefatigable.
From analogue to digital; Peter has progressed from the 35mm film era to the current digital days. His collection of captures can be described as photo documentary. Keeping his photos as true to life as possible
Will Carnahan grew up in the Southbay falling involve with photography in Highschool. For the last 20 years Will has been working as a freelance Cinematographer and Photographer, filming music videos, commercials, and movies. While he still shoots a few weddings every year, he still maintains a love for his own creative photography. Focusing on travel, surf, and A LOT of black and white photography, Will’s gallery is often just a representation of his travels and fun times. You can find him on instagram at @williamcarnahan and on YouTube @willcarnahan