Mark Goff’s experience and perspective as a photo journalist captured numerous highlights of the music scene and counter-cultural movements that historically defined the 1960’s and 1970’s.
Mark’s unique skills as a photographer began to unfold while serving in the US Navy during the War in Vietnam aboard the USS Kitty Hawk aircraft carrier and bases throughout the South Pacific. His unique visual perspective and sensitive eye continued to develop as he produced a treasure trove of photographs capturing the spirit of poets, hippies, musicians, protests, gatherings, celebrities, coffeehouses, and the youth of America finding and using its voice.
Mark Goff’s portfolio of iconic photographs from the 1969 Woodstock concert, numerous historic events that highlight the movements of the counter culture along with classic music concerts from 1969 until 1976 constitute a significant contribution to the history of American journalism which has previously be unrecognized.
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