Julian Lennon and His Newest Love: Photography

We may not agree on our favorite snacks, but we sure do agree that travel is the window to your soul. Musician and photographer Julian Lennon joins me on The Celebrity Dinner Party to dish on his most recent travels from and photographs of the areas around the South China Sea. Plus, he relays a few thoughts on the school of life from his father, John Lennon.

Grab your favorite snack and listen in! For more information on Julian and a few images from his exhibt, see below. Julian's photography exhibit "Cycle" is up through October 17, 2016 at the Leica Gallery in Los Angeles and available on line at JulianLennon-photography.com

Julian Lennon is a British musician and photographer. He has had many successful songs, but is probably best known for his song, "It Is Much Too Late for Goodbyes." After photographing his half-brother Sean's music tour in 2007, Julian developed a serious interest in photography and has been exhibiting his work worldwide ever since.

Julian is the son of John Lennon and his first wife, Cynthia. He is the direct inspiration for three Beatles' songs: "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds", "Hey Jude" and "Good Night". Julian is also devoted to philanthropic endeavors, most notably his own White Feather Foundation, which promotes the co-existence of all species and the health and well-being of the Earth.


"Cycle", Julian Lennon, 2016



Photo credit: Philip Cuenco / Leica Camera, unless otherwise noted

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