Brad Elterman's Ace x Impossible slides from Desert Gold 2012. We also had a little contest both weekends for a stay at Ace and some other gifts from yours truly — stay tuned for those shots from the field.

Brad Elterman's Ace x Impossible slides from Desert Gold 2012. We also had a little contest both weekends for a stay at Ace and some other gifts from yours truly — stay tuned for those shots from the field.


Brad Elterman joined us Artist in Residence for the first weekend of Desert Gold, fanning the flames of his several decades of party photography and bottling up a few drops of what makes this time of year so special to us.
Stay tuned for more on Nicholas Haggard, our resident photographer for DG Part Deux. You can also see the full schedule and get a room — we’ve got some very talented friends lined up every evening through the week.

Brad Elterman joined us Artist in Residence for the first weekend of Desert Gold, fanning the flames of his several decades of party photography and bottling up a few drops of what makes this time of year so special to us.

Stay tuned for more on Nicholas Haggard, our resident photographer for DG Part Deux. You can also see the full schedule and get a room — we’ve got some very talented friends lined up every evening through the week.


Smoking in bed, sexual inhibition, canned meats and a planetary eclipse of bellbottoms and zippered skinny jeans — these comprise some of telling marks the 1970s left on our collective psyches. Brad Elterman saw all that and more — at the blushing age of 17, he started capturing the likenesses of Tinseltown’s most influential legends including Bob Dylan, Joan Jett, The Beatles, Jane Fonda, John Travolta and Peter Frampton.
We’re very happy that Brad will be our first Artist in Residence during the first weekend of Desert Gold: Roadside Attraction at Ace Hotel & Swim Club, resurrecting his Beverly Hills party shot skills poolside and late night in the Amigo Room and Commune. We’ll be posting his shots mid-week so you might just see yourself on this page very soon. See the full schedule here and catch some of the last remaining rooms here.

Smoking in bed, sexual inhibition, canned meats and a planetary eclipse of bellbottoms and zippered skinny jeans — these comprise some of telling marks the 1970s left on our collective psyches. Brad Elterman saw all that and more — at the blushing age of 17, he started capturing the likenesses of Tinseltown’s most influential legends including Bob Dylan, Joan Jett, The Beatles, Jane Fonda, John Travolta and Peter Frampton.

We’re very happy that Brad will be our first Artist in Residence during the first weekend of Desert Gold: Roadside Attraction at Ace Hotel & Swim Club, resurrecting his Beverly Hills party shot skills poolside and late night in the Amigo Room and Commune. We’ll be posting his shots mid-week so you might just see yourself on this page very soon. See the full schedule here and catch some of the last remaining rooms here.


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