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Stevens, David Bruce, (Othar Turner)


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"Othar Turner" by David Bruce Stevens

17x22 inches photograph on premium paper --unframed with mat

Legendary Northern Mississippi Fife Player Othar Turner music was featured in Martin Scorsese's film "Gangs Of New York"


David Bruce Stevens
 studied at the University of Kansas in Lawrence, KS. After leaving KU, he was commissioned in the U.S. Army as a Second Lieutenant in the Signal Corps (Communications) and upon discharge from the Army Stevens became Director of the University of Iowa's Minority Film Workshop.

After leaving Iowa Stevens worked for the NBC O/O, Channel 4 In Denver, Colorado for 12 years as a photojournalist, leaving channel 4 in the early 90's to become a freelance photographer/videographer, through the years he worked on documentaries, Corporate and Government video projects as well as his personal photography.

Stevens work has appeared on most major television networks, including ABC; CBS; TNT; and in the BBC-produced documentary, “Racism and Sports in America.” His passion is Black and White photography.