| Jan 14, 2011
| 9:38 PM
A lifetime passion for photography and chronicling of America's changing landscapes has resulted in a phenomenal collection of black-and-white photographs, taken by Neal Johnston with a classic large format camera. His work is on display at the Creative...
| Jan 12, 2011
The Burbank Creative Arts Center Gallery kicked off 2011 by presenting "Outdoor Nudes, Classic Landscapes, Old Wood — An Exhibition of Black and White Photography by Neal Johnston." The exhibition's opening-night reception saw local supporters of...
| Oct 11, 2011
| 11:31 AM
Tammy Abbott was cool. Our paths crossed regularly at community events, and she was always good company (“Photographer Tammy Abbott loses battle with cancer,” Sept. 20).
I can still see her scrambling about, draped in camera equipment that...
| Jan 10, 2012
| 2:46 PM
Penelope’s Cafe, Books & Gallery in La Cañada Flintridge features the photographs of Burbank resident Glenn Newland along with Jerry Schneider and Mark Kennedy.
The three photographers each entered their work in a contest held by the Burbank...
| Feb 21, 2012
| 2:59 PM
Gwen Davis’ business has struck a niche market of baby bumps and bar mitzvahs.
Her Burbank studio, a former Lockheed office building on Cedar Avenue near San Fernando, is adjacent to former airplane hangars and warehouses now used by Western...
| Oct 18, 2013
| 5:18 PM
For a certain brand of young musician, a revolution came in the form of a movie called “Drive.” The stylish 2011 thriller starring Ryan Gosling wasn't a huge hit, but its brooding, '80s-inspired electronic score touched a nerve with a new...
| Oct 2, 2013
| 1:23 PM
The small exhibition installed in the alcove gallery near the ticket desk at the Norton Simon Museum in Pasadena is somewhat unexpected. In recognition of Hispanic and Latino Heritage Month, an institution noted for the depth of its European, Indian and...
| Sep 23, 2013
| 10:57 AM
The scorched landscape, burned bare of any signs of life, stretched over 250 square miles. Nothing but charred land dotted with remnants of burnt trees could be seen. The devastated terrain was the result of the Station fire, Los Angeles County's largest-...
| Sep 7, 2013
| 10:30 AM
Leonor Gaviña-Valls remembers with photographic clarity the August day she was diagnosed with stage 2 breast cancer.
"I was completely shocked," the Glendale resident said of that day 15 years ago. "I didn't feel anything, didn't know anything was...
| May 18, 2013
| 12:24 PM
Beneath a starry sky, Sosé Thomassian and Allen Yekikian held each other on their wedding night, arms looped around hips, eyes locked, for more than 20 minutes so the photographer could capture what would become their favorite wedding photo.
Back at the...
| Aug 20, 2013
| 8:08 PM
Filming projects and photo shoots that took place at four Glendale schools last year brought in more than $10,600 for Glendale Unified and the district could receive thousands more this year for production work.
Glendale school officials recently...
| Mar 23, 2013
| 11:03 AM
Back in 1977, Dennis Reed read something that intrigued him: There once had been a vibrant society of Japanese American photographers, including first-rate modernists, but with the advent of World War II and U.S. internment camps, all of their work had...