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A Day in the Life is an album by jazz guitarist Wes Montgomery that was released in 1967. It reached number one on the Billboard Jazz album chart and number 2 on the R&B chart. It also reached number 13 on the Billboard 200. The single "Windy" became his biggest Hot 100 hit when it peaked at number forty-four. After recording for Riverside and Verve, Montgomery signed with A&M. His renditions of pop hits were played regularly on Top 40 radio.

Jack Montgomery is a fine arts photographer living in Freeport, Maine who focuses on black & white portraiture. His images are often mysterious, ambiguous, sensual and spiritual. His subjects include coming of age, rituals, aging, loss, gender variance and intimacy. His image of a young girl became the basis for the cover of To Kill a Mockingbird and has been reproduced countless times.

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Jack Montgomery was a married man who was adopted at a very young age. He was the biological son of a dentist who had transformed into a rugaru 30 years earlier and was killed by the hunter Travis. Travis called Sam and Dean to help him because he was injured and needed help to find Jack. Travis killed Jack's father in 1978, not knowing that his wife was pregnant at the time, and she subsequently gave the baby up for adoption.

About Jack Montgomery. I am a portrait photographer living on the coast of Maine. My interests including constructed photographs and traditional processes. I am often inspired by painters who have captured the landscape, interiors and psychology of this part of the world, including Andrew Wyeth, Edward Hopper and others. I am also fascinated by the photographic work of Edward Steichen and F. Holland Day, among others, whose images often captured the interplay between these two art forms. Jack Montgomery's Projects on LensCulture. The Painterly Portrait. Jack Montgomery's Books.