Kings of Chaos: A benefit for the Dolphin Project

CompanyJerome Brunet Photography
PhotographerJerome Brunet Photography
PrizeHonorable Mention
Entry Description

Supergroup, The Kings Of Chaos, featuring members of Guns N’ Roses, Van Halen, The Cult, and Deep Purple, perform live at the Fillmore in San Francisco to benefit Ric O'Barry's Dolphin Project, a non profit campaign aimed at putting an end to dolphin exploitation and slaughter around the world.

About Photographer

Jerome Brunet was born in southern France and raised in Ontario, Canada. His passion for music began at the age of four, when he started studying as a classical cellist for eight years before moving on to the guitar. He continues to play guitar to this day. Jerome displayed an early talent in the visual arts, studying the discipline in high school before completing a formal education in photography at the prestigious E.F.E.T. School of Photography in Paris, France. Jerome’s award-winning photography has been published internationally in such publications as Vanity Fair, Rolling Stone, Time, Billboard, Popular Photography, American Photo, Guitar World, Forbes and The New York Times. His client list includes Nikon, Fender, Gibson, John Varvatos, AEG, Warner Bros. Records and he has collaborated with the non-profit organizations Unicef, Oxfam, Rock for MS, T.J. Martell Foundation and the John Varvatos Stuart House Benefit. Jerome works and lives in the San Francisco Bay Area and is represented by the Rock Paper Photo gallery in New York, the Analogue Gallery in Toronto and The Black Gallery in Paris.