A master of capturing the aura of an artist, Mick Rock is a living legend who chronicled the golden age of rock & roll. In this short film, he recounts his iconic work for Iggy Pop, Lou Reed and others - leading up to a presentation at the Brooklyn Museum, where he goes in-depth about his classic music videos for David Bowie.
Host | Gregg Kaysen
Production Company | Bastard Productions & theburbslife
Director | Dave Horowitz
DP | Gates Bradley
Secondary Camera | Damien Paris
Sound | Sacha Zuckerman
Editorial | D. Horowitz, Kendra Elliott, Drew Morris
Color | Ntropic
Music used courtesy of Sony Records, BMG and the RZO Companies.
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