Alan Kozlowski Death
Alan Kozlowski, an acclaimed musician, photographer, cinematographer whose career spanned decades and earned him esteem throughout the artistic community, has passed away at the age of 72 Years.
Rest in peace, renowned music photographer/cinematographer/filmmaker Alan Kozlowski, who has passed away at the age of 72.
— Rock Cellar Magazine (@RockCellarMag) September 17, 2020
Who Was Alan Kozlowski?
Alan showcased his talent as Director Of Photography in the visually stunning film “For Us The Living: The Medgar Evers Story” (1983 Directed by Michael Schultz, starring Howard E. Rollins Jr.,
Irene Cara, Laurence Fishburne, Roscoe Lee Browne) and the majestic award-winning film “Travellers and Magicians” (2003 Directed by Khyentse Norbu website www.travellersandmagicians.com ).His work adorns the walls of SOhO Restaurant in Santa Barbara, California.
Alan has produced and directed many music documentaries featuring such diverse artists as Ravi Shankar, Jackson Browne, Kenny Loggins, and Lionel Richie. In 1986, Alan directed, shot, and edited the HBO special documenting Lionel Richie’s “Dancing On The Ceiling”.
In 1994 Alan was Director of Photography, co-produced and edited an intimate portrayal of life on the road in the Disney documentary “Jackson Browne: Going Home” which won the cable ACE Award for “Best Music Special of the Year”. Also in 1994, Alan was Director of Photography, co-produced and edited the critically acclaimed live performance video for Kenny Loggins “Live from the Redwoods” for PBS.