Sunshine to rain, Smile for the camera...
You may not know it, but you are probably quite familiar with the work of New York based photographer/director Frank W. Ockenfels III. He has been taking pictures of David Bowie all the way back to Tin Machine, and their sessions together have graced many of DB's CD sleeves and numerous magazine features.
Well, those of you who haven't already stumbled across it will be pleased to learn that we have posted a gallery dedicated to Frank's pictures of David. You can reach it by either clicking on the image above, or going to the relevant icon in the INFECTIOUS panel.
No, it's not a scene from 'An English Werewolf In New York'
It's GAD and DB as photographed by Frank W. Ockenfels III
If you fancy owning your very own Ockenfels/Bowie original, then click on the image above to take you to a print being sold in memory of photographer Davide Sorrenti for the Cooley's Anemia Foundation. It's a beautiful print, and typical of Ockenfels' style, which sometimes puts me in mind of the paintings of Francis Bacon...Sorry, I'm waffling now...what do I know? Just go and look at the pictures! };-)