From his documenting of folk, blues, jazz, and rock scenes to his intimate vignettes of artists, actors and
other figures of the counter-culture, his vast body of work spans over four decades, and is considered one
of the most beautiful and profoundly significant of its kind. He lent his talent to such publications as
Time, Life, and Rolling Stone magazines, as well as The New York Times. His work is included in the
collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Museum of Modern Art. He created album artwork for
artists ranging from Aretha Franklin, Charles Mingus, and Miles Davis to Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton, and Van
Morrison. And his affecting, expressive images of legendary figures like Salvador Dalí, Andy Warhol, Allen
Ginsberg, Mia Farrow, and Ken Kesey still resonate through the decades.