Celebrity Fashion Photographer Roger Erickson exhibition

Celebrity Fashion Photographer Roger Erickson exhibition

Celebrity fashion photographer, Roger Erickson, will premiere San Francisco City Hall’s new art show titled, “OUTspoken: Portraits of LGBTQ Luminaries” on Tuesday, June 9. Erickson, a Bay Area native, has had his work featured in publications such as Vogue (Mexico & Latin America), Entertainment Weekly, Ebony, Rolling Stone, and much more. His exhibit shows a substantial portfolio of prominent LGBTQ public figures including: Wanda Sykes, drag performer Peaches Christ, the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus and many more.

Photos All by Michael Ares/Special to The S.F. Examiner

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