A Day in the Life of Roland S Howard | Author: Peter Milne
In 1977 Peter Milne was 17 and the legendary Australian guitarist Rowland S Howard was 18. For several months they collaborated together on a number of photo sessions. Although many of the images taken in that period were lost or damaged, a number of remarkable photographs have survived and have been drawn together to form this book.
Peter Milne writes in the introduction to the book: “I took up photography around this time and we began a busy period of experimental photo sessions during which I was learning to how to use cameras while Rowland was learning how to pose for them.…The work is a patchy, scratched up document that shows visible signs of age and neglect but perhaps this is the one absolute inevitability of history and memory – it’s always going to be fragmentary.”
Author: Peter Milne
26 x 23cm
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