An Interview with Richie Hawley


Photographs by Richie Hawley


Following his passions is what Richie Hawley, first clarinetist of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, surfer and surf photographer does best. To him, they are interconnected. His journey has been nurtured by the good fortune of experiencing an enriched childhood and family life. Originally from Los Angeles, Richie began playing clarinet when he was nine years old. When asked how he began playing the clarinet, he said, “ my mother was a ballet dancer and my dad is a doctor. He used to play the clarinet. It was lying around the house, so it was a familiar musical instrument to me. When I was a child, my mom was in the balley studio. My daycare was coloring Mickey Mouse next to a live pianist playing a live piano. One of my earliest memories is being aware that I was next to this big black device and that there was someone operating it.


Ocean Scene, 1/06


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