from Brattleboro, VT
May 14, 1933 - October 1, 1991 (age 58)
The younger brother of pianist Claude Williamson, Stu Williamson was a fixture on West Coast jazz dates of the 1950s. He moved to Los Angeles in 1949 and spent periods playing with Stan Kenton (1951), Woody Herman (1952-1953), and Kenton again (1954-1955), in addition to shorter stints with Billy May and Charlie Barnet. The mellow-toned Williamson, best-known for his association with Shelly Manne (off and on during 1954-1958), was on a countless number of sessions up until 1968 when he dropped out of the music scene. A drug addict, Stu Williamson spent most of his last two decades struggling outside of music. ~ Scott Yanow, Rovi
Kellie-Anne Poirier - Behind the scenes Stu Williamson Photography
Pee Jay (2013 Remastered Version)
Using the Tri-flector, the highly versatile lighting reflector for the 21st Century photographer
Stu Williamson Photography (Dubai) School Photoshoot Timelapse
Robert "Stu" Williamson skydives for his 100th Birthday!
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