Charles Peterson is best known for his documentation of the music phenomenon known as grunge, culminating in the critically acclaimed monograph Touch Me I’m Sick (powerHouse Books, 2003). Peterson’s photographs have graced hundreds of record covers and appeared in publications worldwide including the Village Voice, NME, The New York Times, Mojo, People, Rolling Stone, Spin, Entertainment Weekly, The Independent, Guitar World, and Newsweek. He is the author of Screaming Life(Harper Collins, 1995) and Pearl Jam: Place/Date (with Lance Mercer, Rizzoli/Vitalogy, 1997), and his photographs are featured in the permanent collection of Seattle’s Experienc
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