Tuesday, August 12, 2014
Jon Snoddy in New York City
One of the reasons I started with photography again after many years was because I noticed I seemed to have a large number of interesting friends, and that pictures of them as time went by would be entertaining.
Perhaps one of the inspirations for this was that famous black photographer of Harlem clubs, whose name I have forgotten, who took photographs of the people who came to play at clubs he hung out at and who eventually ended up with a photographic record of the history of jazz and blues in this country.
This is Jon Snoddy visiting me in New York City. I think we are at a cafe on Columbus Ave in the Upper West Side. I forget if he was working for Walt Disney Imagineering at the time or if this was during one of his entrepreneurial activities, perhaps Gameworks.
Jon is now back at Imagineering and has the misfortune of being rather senior in the Imagineering R&D organization. We all make mistakes.