Photojournalist Nancy Clendaniel is best known for her work as the house photographer for The Beverly Theatre, in Beverly Hills, CA and as personal photographer for legendary disc jockey, Wolfman Jack. In addition to her work in the music industry, Clendaniel also specializes in travel, theatrical portraiture and public relations photography. Nancy also served as the archivist for Bruce Karsh (working in affiliation with Apple Ltd. and L.E.G. Productions) - cataloging his “Walter Shenson Collection” of photographs, prints, negatives and other memorabilia from The Beatles’ films “A Hard Day’s Night” and “Help.”
Nancy's photograph "Little Slugger" was winner of the 2008 Fresh M.I.L.K. International Photography Competition, and was published in the tabletop publication: "Friendship, Family, Love & Laughter." To view this book visit: www.freshmilkphotos.com/thebook1.html
In January 2013, Milkbooks.com published - “Private Moments in Sacred Space” a collection of Nancy’s photographs and stories, from her years photographing musical artists. For an online preview of Nancy’s book, visit:
To view more of Nancy's work visit www.NancyClendaniel.com.