David Arnoff was inspired to take up photography by the arrival of Patti Smith and the Ramones in L.A. Exposure in the music press ensued more or less immediately, followed by album covers for bands such as the Cramps. Since then his work has continued to appear on albums and publications world-wide, and has been exhibited in London, Paris and across the U.S.
Arnoff’s photographs feature in the 2014 Proud Camden exhibition Nick Cave: Chasing the Myth.
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