Being a 14-year-old girl made me kind of invisible, I don't think anyone was even paying attention when I had my camera. A lot of the subjects were friends, some weren't. I was always taking photography classes and so a lot of those early pictures are actually just lighting tests. It was just something I enjoyed, and it allowed me access. I would tell bands that I would take their pictures if they put me on the guest list so I could get in free. It was a way to meet people and be part of the scene.A reception is being held tonight at the Aidan Ryley Taylor Gallery titled "14 and Shooting, Jennifer Finch's never-before-seen images of early punk Los Angeles." The Shocker will appear at the event along with guests Black Fag and the Gabba Gabba Heys.
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