Since 1974, Janet Macoska has been capturing rock's greatest on film. Her photographs have featured in Rolling Stone, People, Vogue, American Photo, Creem, MOJO, The New York Times and The London Times. VH1, Bravo, A&E and the BBC regularly use Macoska's vast archive in their "rockumentaries." Her work is held in the permanent collection by The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, The Smithsonian Museum of American History, The National Portrait Gallery in London, and in Hard Rock Cafe restaurants, hotels and casinos across the planet. David Bowie, Led Zeppelin, The Clash, DEVO, Heart, Hall and Oates, AC/DC and The Kinks are just some of the artists who have used her photos on their CDs. Today, Macoska shoots for The Hard Rock Rocksino Northfield Park, The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Tri-C JazzFest Cleveland, Playhouse Square Center, and various corporate and music clients. She often speaks at museums and universities about her career as a photographer in the music industry. In 2017, she was inducted into the Cleveland Journalism Hall of Fame.