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"Praying Monk" taken in Thailand, 2014

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From Stadium Lights to Global Sights

Former MLB pro Randy Johnson’s career as a photographer on display in new exhibition

Randy Johnson may be best known for his days as the pitcher who helped bring home a World Series win for the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2001, but the Hall of Famer and five-time Cy Young Award winner is sharing his passion for photography and exploration of subjects with “51 Frames: A Randy Johnson Photography Exhibit” at FOUND:RE Phoenix Hotel in downtown Phoenix. The exhibition showcases Johnson’s entire photography career, from his time as a University of Southern California photojournalism student through his current works.

“With this particular exhibit,” says Johnson, “I am looking forward to showing more of my love for rock and roll and travel.”

The images showcased at the gallery are primarily works that have not been previously on display, but also includes a curated selection from his previous exhibits in The Fenimore Gallery in Cooperstown, NY, and The Scottsdale Center of Performing Arts. Subjects of the exhibition range from landscapes and cityscapes to nature and rock ‘n roll.

The exhibit runs now through Sept. 15. Visit for details, and for more information on Johnson’s photography.

  • Mike Ness from Social Distortion taken in 2013 at the Marquee.
  • "Praying Monk" taken in Thailand, 2014