News and Tribune
January 31, 2012
Photographing Beatles legend Paul McCartney has been one career highlight. Listening to bluesman BB King share stories was another. And then there were the fun shows — the Flaming Lips’ psychedelic sets or My Morning Jacket’s onstage antics.
They are all memorable moments for New Albany photographer C. Michael Stewart, 54. And through spring, Stewart’s work is being celebrated with a gallery at the Louisville Science Center. The gallery, a part of the science center’s exhibit called “GUITAR: The Instrument That Rocked the World,” features 35 photos from Stewart’s career. They tie in to “All Access,” an IMAX film being shown as a part of the exhibit…