Bruce W. Talamon is an internationally recognized photojournalist and has been a contributing photographer to the Los Angeles Times and New York Times newspapers, Premiere Magazine, People, Rolling Stone, Hello, Paris Match, Vanity Fair, Ebony and Jet Magazines. As a contract photographer for Time Magazine, he chronicled the 1984 and 1988 presidential campaigns, assigned to cover Jesse Jackson. He has participated in collaborative book projects such as A Day In The Life Of America (Collins 1986), Black Photographers 1945-1991, and the museum exhibitions and books Songs Of My People (Little Brown) and Committed To The Image: Contemporary Black Photographers (Merrell). Bruce currently works in motion picture film production, creating photographs for marketing and publicity campaigns. Recently, he completed his first novel, The Last Ride. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife and son.


NPR's "Day To Day" Program (February 4, 2005)

Bruce talks about his experiences touring with Marley with NPR's Alex Chadwick.