(NEW YORK, NY) -- On Wednesday, May 9th, Bon Jovi headlined a sold out show at Madison Square Garden. Photographer Debra L. Rothenberg was on hand to capture some shots of the newly inducted member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Debra L. Rothenberg is an award winning photographer residing in New York City and earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Photographic Illustration/Photojournalism from Rochester Institute of Technology. She is an accomplished professional whose photographic range consists of music/concerts, celebrities, news, sports, CD and book covers, newspapers and magazines, portraiture, children, events, and public relations. Among her many accomplishments is a National First Place award in the sports category from the National Press Photographers Association.
originally published: 2018-05-11 00:00:00
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