Ethan Russell

The Studio at Hamilton Place

In a Nutshell

Grammy-nominated photographer shares stories from his career capturing some of the most iconic moments in rock ‘n roll history

The Fine Print

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The Deal

  • $30 for one G-Pass for general admission (up to $52.60 value)

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Ethan Russell

  • Who he is: He wasn’t really anyone at first—just an American living in London during the late 1960s, taking pictures on a rainy afternoon. A few days later, Mick Jagger was recruiting Ethan to be the Rolling Stones’ personal photographer on their upcoming tour, and instantly, a career was born.
  • Ethan’s work: He has captured some of the most iconic shots in rock ‘n roll history while photographing everyone from the Stones and The Beatles to The Who, Eric Clapton, Jim Morrison, and Janis Joplin.
  • Accolades: For his efforts, Ethan has been nominated for multiple Grammys. He has also penned three books, and he parlayed his early success into work producing and directing videos for the likes of Joni Mitchell and Paul Simon.
  • The Best Seat in the House: Ethan’s stage adaptation of his career takes audiences on a wild ride, from that first shoot with Mick Jagger in 1968 to the final performance of the Beatles atop Apple Records. Ethan shares behind-the-scenes stories and little-known facts, making the audience feel as though they were right there with him snapping pictures and witnessing history.

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