Graham Nash will discuss new photography book in Ridgewood – (
Graham Nash will sign copies of his book, “A Life in Focus: The Photography of Graham Nash,” in Ridgewood, Dec. 8.
Graham Nash will talk about his new book, “A Life in Focus: The Photography of Graham Nash,” with veteran New York area disk jockey Dan Neer, Dec. 8 at the Women’s Club of Ridgewood. The event is sponsored by the Bookends book store; for information, visit
According to a press release, “Many of his photographs depict intimate moments with family and friends, among them Joni Mitchell, Stephen Stills, and Neil Young … (and) capture quiet moments backstage, landscapes, still life, and street photography, and also create poignant paintings and collages.”
Nash also writes about his own memories and reflections among the photos, and the book features a foreword by rock photographer Joel Bernstein, and a preface by writer and film director Cameron Crowe.
Tickets to the event will include an autographed copy of the book (and additional signed copies will be available for purchase as well), but because of COVID, there will be no meet-and-greet or photo opportunity. Masks will be required.
“A Life in Focus: The Photography of Graham Nash” will be published as a 220-page hardcover on Nov. 16.
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