While working with BB King in the late 60's, Columbia/CBS introduced Glen to Miles Davis in New York City. Columbia wanted to help cross Davis to a more mainstream audience. The pair developed a trusting relationship that allowed Glen to photograph Davis in his home, the gym, and his studio. Glen went on to photograph Miles in 1970 for Zygote Magazine, which had an 18-page feature on the artist.
After photographing all these amazing musicians and the Young Rascals, a phone call came from Sid Bernstein, the man who brought The Beatles to America. Glen went to work with him as a creative director and press officer. The time spent with Sid taught him so much about the music business.
Published credits include work in: The New York Times, Boston Globe, USA Today, Wall Street Journal, New York Daily News Time-Life, Paris Match, Rolling Stone, Vogue, Esquire, NPR, Guitar Player, Downbeat, Swing Journal, Jazz Weekly, Jazz Wise The Nation, Relix, Mojo, Billboard Leica Fotographe International, abd Ebony. My work appears on the following labels: Atlantic Records, Virgin, A&M Records, Warner, Sony, and Universal Records. In addition to my photography, I produced and shot commercials for Puerto Rico Board of Tourism, Peru Board of Tourism, AT&T, and Southern Bell.