In 1991, Jeff Porcaro was recording tracks for a project with Scott Page at the Walt Tucker studios. The 2nd floor studio at WT had a bank of north-facing windows – great for photography – so-so when the trains would pass on San Fernando road. It was a Saturday or Sunday, if I recall correctly, and things were very low key. I was loitering with cameras in hand and asked if he minded if I took some pictures. Fortunately he didn’t mind. Jeff died not too long after. It was so sad – he was only 38. His death was a huge loss. Modern Drummer ran my shots for their remembrance issue – an admittedly horrible cover shot (Agfa 1000 pushed to 3200 – I was experimenting), but several of these shots ran inside the magazine.