Back in 1975 I cut school to take photos of David Bowie as he walked out of Cherokee Recording Studios. I only took a few photos, all in color slides. I borrowed the camera from my brother. The few original slides were sent to my favorite magazines in the US, Europe and Japan. Sadly, there were no means to scan and preserve the slides back then so I never had a a duplicate file and the slides were never rarely returned to me. No one know that in over 30 years that anyone would care about that early morning on Fairfax Ave when teenage me took this photograph. All of the magazines who I worked with are now all long gone, but I remain and so does Bowie. Someone out there has this slide and I am willing to offer a finders fee for its return. I need to make a proper drum scan to insure that this Bowie image is archived for eternity. You know how to reach me.
Photo by Brad Elterman