Chuck Krall is a freelance photographer based in Los Angeles, CA. His assignments have included celebrity coverage for the national publications "Time", "Newsweek", "People", "US", "The National Inquirer", "Playboy", "Globe", and “The Star”.

Chuck has worked extensively in the entertainment industry, providing photographs for publicity and marketing campaigns for record companies including Columbia, Epic, Warner Brothers, Capitol, Polydor, Arista and Motown, for the Metromedia Organization, and various radio stations.

Chuck’s work has been incorporated into concert programs, into record album cover artwork, and into artwork for merchandising materials such as T-shirts.

Photographing Bob Marley  

His work was used in the music industry trade publications
Billboard”, “Record World”, “Cash Box”, and “Radio & Records”, and the entertainment sections of the “Los Angeles Times” and the “The Los Angeles Herald Examiner”.

As a freelance photographer working in San Francisco, CA, Chuck’s assignments included projects for the national publications “The Village Voice”, “Skiing”, Phonograph Record Magazine”, “Black Music”, “Rolling Stone”, and “Cavalier”, for the local magazine “City”, for the regional magazine “New West”, and for the newspaper “The San Francisco Chronicle”. He was the West Coast photographer for the national music magazines “Hit Parader”, “Rock Scene”, and “Creem” for the London-based “New Musical Express”, and a contributing photographer for the British music newspaper “Melody Maker”. Other assignments included Publicity and Promotional Photography for ABC Records, RCA Records, London Records, Elektra Records, Asylum Records, Columbia & Epic Records, Warner Brothers, M.C.A. and Infinite Records, Chess Janus Records, Island Records and for Bill Graham Presents, the largest concert promotion organization in the United States.