Peter Frampton

Peter Frampton
One of the biggest stars in pop music during the 1970s, Peter Frampton was a singer and guitarist who soared to the heights of the business with his 1976 release, <i>Frampton Comes Alive!</i>. He had come to solo fame after well-regarded stints with The Herd and Humble Pie in his native England, but neither experience could match the pop culture juggernaut that was...

Robert Elswit

A long time director of photography who had his start filming optical effects, Robert Elswit made his name being the personal cinematographer for director Paul Thomas Anderson. Having shot all of the young director's films thus far, Elswit created his most challenging work and earned his highest praise shooting "Boogie Nights" (1997), "Magnolia" (1999) and "Punch Drunk Love" (2002). Outside of...