Inside the photo booth: Record producer George Harris

Long time Tampa Bay resident George Harris is an accomplished record producer, engineer and musician. George has seen the world of rock and roll from the inside out from recording with legendary bluesman Buddy Guy to mixing albums at the Record Plant in New York CIty (John Lennon recorded his last album there) to receiving engineering tips from Rock and Roll Hall of Fame producers Tom Dowd and Jack Douglas.

On any given day you can find him at the mixing board in his Largo recording studio, Creative World Recording. When he's not in the studio you'll likely find him playing lead guitar for the Greg Billings Band or jamming with any of a number of rock and roll icons from Rick Derringer to Cheap Trick's Robin Zander.

Kevin Tighe is a professional photographer residing in Dunedin. His images have appeared in numerous local and national media including Rolling Stone, NBC, USA Today and The Tampa Bay Times. He is available for portraits and private events.

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George Harris (click to enlarge)

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