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Art Reilly, New Zep Project 4blue

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Photographer:
Art Reilly
Materials:
archival giclée print on paper
Frame details:
wood
Dimensions:
22" x 18"
Weight:
6 lbs
Frame finish:
black

Why We Love This

Led Zeppelin bassist John Paul Jones and lead guitarist Jimmy Page at the Philadelphia Spectrum in 1972, during the band's "Zoso" tour. Here Page is playing his guitar with a violin bow, most likely while performing "Dazed and Confused." After serving as a combat photographer in Vietnam, Art Reilly turned his lens to rock-and-roll, photographing concerts when not handling lighting, sound, or video for such disparate entities as Bruce Springsteen, the National Bowling Hall of Fame, the MTV Music Video Awards, and two presidential inaugurations. In 2005 he won an Emmy for Outstanding Achievement in Live Event Audio, but he declares that his "real love is and always has been photography."

About UPLO

UPLO is a print and framing service both online and on the go that enables users to buy and sell their work as printed art. Founder and industry veteran Patrick Cline hopes to bring fine-art printing, buying, and selling to the mainstream--as well as give photographers the opportunity to build online galleries to share with a community of eager buyers and collectors.
Cline’s passion for photography began in London while he was working as the assistant to Dan Burn-Forti. He moved to New York City in 1996 and began working at a high-end color lab, printing and retouching for renowned photographers such as Tom Munro, Mario Testino, and Annie Leibovitz. His work, which has taken him all around the world, has also appeared in , , , and . In 2009, he co-founded Magazine, where he was director of photography for three years.