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I recently had the opportunity to take Las Vegas performer Gordie Brown's portrait. After a tour of his home we decided the best place to take the photo would be his music styled bedroom.  It was such a cool spot with its Elvis memorabilia, dim red lights, guitars and so much more. Brown was full of ides and had a great personality that showed through in the photos. It was one of the most fun assignments I have had in a while. He performs nightly at the Golden Nugget.    

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