Lindsay Brice bought a used Nikon in 1989 for $150. The camera became her passport to follow her curiosity wherever it led while creating still-life photographs at home, exhibiting in galleries by early 1991.

Invited to a Hollywood rock club in late 1991, she found the music she’d been looking for in an underground scene that had been just out of her sight, before it became the next big thing.

Photographing the likes of Ian McKaye, Timothy Leary and Henry Rollins as well as many other infamous 90s Rock bands pushed this photographer to the foreground of music photography in that genre.

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