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Suzanne Pope Suzanne Pope from Hawthorne wrote on 04/19/2018 at 9:31 AM:
Honored to have known your Grandmother and visited her often with my father who adored her. Also honored to have been photographed by you circa 1980 and been included in your work donated to Cornell University.
Bobby Stillz Bobby Stillz from from 719 to 718 now 720 wrote on 11/22/2014 at 1:19 AM:

The energy you exude is full of positivity and light. It is contagious, and renewing. Though brief, I have always felt uplifted in my interactions with you. I admire your work, and strive toward excellence in my craft, as you have yours. Thank you for your service, and for your continued contributions to our culture. Respect
Shiz Shiz from Los Angeles wrote on 11/21/2014 at 9:27 PM:
You are one of my great inspirations. I truly admire your work and I want to thank you for leading the path my brother!!! Look forward to seeing you soon my good friend. Wholeness, Balance & Vibrations

DJ Green Arrow DJ Green Arrow from Brooklyn, NY wrote on 11/21/2014 at 8:04 PM:
The only acquaintance of mine who changed my life. Much love and respect. "The Force will be with you.. ALWAYS."
Francisco Reyes II Francisco Reyes II from Bronx, NYC wrote on 11/07/2014 at 7:02 PM:
I have had the privilege of meeting and befriending the boy and the man behind the photography. You have been a life inspiration. Love, Peace and Happiness to you, always!
Donovan Christie Donovan Christie from Australia wrote on 09/30/2014 at 1:20 AM:
Love what you do man, youre a true inspiration and a legend that will go down in Hip Hop's legacy. If it wasnt for you, so many of the true pioneers and inventors would remain faceless. The emcee's and deejay's gave it a name, You gave Hip Hop a face. Peace.
O-Man O-Man from Chapter 16 wrote on 10/07/2012 at 1:14 AM:
Peace Ahki. Just stopping in to enjoy the work. Keep on being an inspiration and vital asset to Hip Hop as a culture. Peace and Blissings brother.
John Henry MC John Henry MC wrote on 08/04/2012 at 5:20 PM:
Nice site! Keep doin what you love! Please have a listen on my site if you have a moment.
Ira Berger Ira Berger wrote on 07/22/2012 at 3:36 PM:
Nice to meet you Joe. Beautiful work on your site. Continued success and hoping to see you again sometime somewhere soon.
Ijola Fiits aka ENRGYZRBunny aka Zola ZoomZoom Ijola Fiits aka ENRGYZRBunny aka Zola ZoomZoom from NYC (Born in the Bronx. Raised in Spanish Harlem wrote on 06/23/2012 at 2:08 AM:
Thank you Joe for all the great pics of me with all the Pioneers & Legends I get to use as profile pics (My students think I'm all that now)LOL! And thank you for allowing me to sneak in front of you to take my own pics to commerate the Tools of War Park Jams and reserve the memories of some outstanding great moments. And thank you for being so darn cool! Conzo Cool! You ARE appreciated my brother!
Emma Emma from Australia wrote on 05/05/2012 at 7:45 AM:
Joe, thank you for being such a wicked artist & documenting so much for so many years. You're a great man with amazing spirit, character & talent. Peace
Stacy Connolly Stacy Connolly from Bronx wrote on 09/10/2011 at 12:38 PM:
Jared did a great job with the site!!! Love it.
Love you! Very proud of my big bro!!!!
Chief69 Chief69 from South Bronx - Fort Apache wrote on 08/27/2011 at 8:10 PM:
I have only recently learned of your true impact upon Hip Hop culture and it cant be denied ever you are a true skill and humbled spirit ..I was introduced to your work through the Tools of War Park jams and from that I have learned of you and your peers and have gained a whole new found respect that is shared with everyone within the true school Hip Hop community ..stay blessed and stay active ..the documentation of the people is more powerful then we all give credit ....
Pam aka Sista Suga Pam aka Sista Suga from The BX wrote on 07/30/2011 at 12:33 AM:
Hey Joe, we just met at the Crotona Park dj jams and I am so happy I asked you about your camera--I'm a Nikon girl too! Read some of the guestbook entries and I see you are an important part of the Bronx and Hip Hop history! Keep it movin!! One Love!
Manny D. Manny D. from The Bronx wrote on 07/12/2011 at 6:41 PM:
Just wanted to come thru to show some love. Keep doing your thing. Wish there were more like you documenting our history. Just wanted to say 'thank you'. Its really appreciated. #salute
Angelo "DJ Tony tone AKA Tony Crush" King Angelo "DJ Tony tone AKA Tony Crush" King from The Cold Crush Brothers... wrote on 05/11/2011 at 10:32 AM:
We are brothers, you stand tall and shine bright just like the other Hip Hop legends...
Fungi Fungi from Hanoi,Vietnam/Berlin,Germany wrote on 04/28/2011 at 6:33 PM:
Hello, Joe!

I wish you all the best and I hope to see you soon. You have given me something essential for life (and I don't mean the 8GB Card, thanks though!). 😉
I hope to see you soon in NYC, in Berlin or anywhere in the world!
Peace with cheese, Fungi
Eve Eve from Bx and Bklyn NYC wrote on 01/23/2011 at 7:49 PM:
I too survived a ghetto "choked and engulfed in flames" with poverty, racism, and uncertainty. Fortunately, because of my love for the Arts, a little bit of luck, and heavy doses of unyielding perserverence, I too was able to overcome and exceed the statistical expections of children born in the Bx during the 60s & 70s---especially for the non-English speaking kids.
For decades, I avoided reflecting on those rough times; I mean...who wants to recall the numerous times one was startled awake in the middle of the night by someone pounding and hollering at the door, "Salte! Fuego!!", which was always followed by a mad run (barely awake & wearing a coat over night clothes & chanclas) down 6 flights in the middle of a freezing winter night??!! LOL! --I could laugh now, but that was no joke back then.
--But,... I feel you've done an excellent job in capturing those culturally rich and turbulent times. You stepped up to the plate to record an important part of our resilient culture & multi-faceted history. I applaud you for that!!--Job Well Done. I wish you continued success in all your future endeavors & dreams. Vale!
angel angel from former ems partner (the izzy days on 22d3) wrote on 01/20/2011 at 2:23 AM:
just wanna wave a hand.i"m still living in the old neighborhood and many of the fellows always speak highly of you.especially "big will"at the club on hughes always asking bout' you,i told him you are the ems phantom(lol)my daughter just gave me this toy for xmas,came across your name,good luck hope to see you soon,a.vega.
BREAKBEAT LOU BREAKBEAT LOU from DA BRONX wrote on 12/03/2010 at 3:58 AM:
My dude

we are just proud of all you have contribute to hip-hop and life as a whole!!!! from capturing hip hop from it's infancy . to risking your life on 9/11.

God Bless Legend!!!!
Chico Chico from Europe/Switzerland wrote on 10/14/2010 at 4:56 PM:
Hip-hop makes me chill since the early 80's and... Damn! For so many years i didn't even know who took all these cult photos which "goldly" contributed so much to make the Hip-Hop history spread worldwide. Damn! It was you Joe! All respect due! You're a real MASTER! Be blessed! I truly hope to see you once in Europe! Would be a miracle! Chico
Tish Tish from Strong Island NY, NYC wrote on 09/28/2010 at 12:30 PM:
Your photographs are heartfelt, capturing a time when freedom to be who we were in our culture was ours, how i wish i could go back to the eighties...even the seventies and experience those times all over again.
Heartfelt and Iconic are these photos, love your site!!
Mike from Mike from wrote on 08/17/2010 at 3:32 AM:
I was very impressed with your site. The pics that you have taken though out the years are amazing. You truly can tell that you are great at what you do, and more important that you can tell you love what you do. That is a wonderful blessing from God. Stay healthy, stay strong.
Mitch Berkowitz Mitch Berkowitz from NYC wrote on 08/07/2010 at 5:56 PM:
awesome site Joe..u the man
Sonia Vasquez-Strom Sonia Vasquez-Strom from Oceanside, NY wrote on 06/30/2010 at 3:50 PM:
Hi Joe! Quite a few years ago I met a guy who had this amazing passion for photography, it was a passion I had never seen before. I said to him you are going to make something really special of yourself. You proved it Joe! Your site is amazing. I wish you continued success in all your endevours. So proud of you.
Fungi Fung Fungi Fung from Vietnam/Germany wrote on 05/02/2010 at 7:35 PM:
Hey, Joe!

Greets to NYC, I am looking forward to see you and to share or spend some time with you in this world. I keep focussing the HipHop scene but also the rest of the universe.


Fungi Fung Fungi Fung from Vietnam/Germany wrote on 03/31/2010 at 6:44 PM:
Hello, Joe!

Thanks for your pictures. I also document the German and Vietnamese Hip Hop Scene or Culture! It´s sometimes fun, but mostly it´s more like a passion. You travel around and see how the culture lives. You also keep the spirit alive by catching some moments of Hip Hop, preserving them for a little eternity on photo paper. Of course there are some changes and developments, but still there is so much energy, so much power and enthusiasm.
I am not as experienced as you are, but I guess concerning the feeling about Hip Hop photography we have something in common.

Best wishes, Fung
Michael Sullivan Michael Sullivan from EMS wrote on 03/04/2010 at 2:37 AM:
Pretty great man! You are truly impressive. A rennaisance man!
Clarisel Gonzalez Clarisel Gonzalez from NYC wrote on 03/01/2010 at 10:12 PM:
Hi Joe, congratulations on your photo show at Centro.
tony chedraui tony chedraui from mexico wrote on 11/23/2009 at 4:11 AM:
hola joe, muchas felicidades por tu sitio, esta muy chevere, buenas fotos, buen diseños y buen material, saludos. tony
rich rich from scotland wrote on 10/14/2009 at 9:22 AM:
Great work.

Iconic in the true sense.
Paul Sailsman Paul Sailsman from Kingston Jamaica, formally from the U.K. wrote on 10/13/2009 at 3:37 PM:
Love the site, the pictures are really a treasured keep sake, it's with these that we will keep Hip-Hop alive, keep it it up my friend as Hip Hop is here to stay. My greatest wish would be to see all the artist's both past, present and future eith on one stage/concert with all proceeds going to charitable organisations world-wide.
elsie elsie from CT wrote on 09/18/2009 at 2:25 PM:
Hi, I am Julie Misenti's sister-n-law, married to her younger brother Colman Long. She told me and Colman about your photography and we bought the book "Born in the Bronx" recently. We love the photos! I used to live and work in the Bronx so NYC holds a special place for me, as well as Salsa music and Rap history. Great work!
Ernie Paniccioli Ernie Paniccioli wrote on 09/17/2009 at 11:34 PM:
A good photographer takes good pictures and a good person has a good spirit. A great photographer takes great photos and has a great soul. Joe Conzo is therefore a great photographer. Peace, Ernie Paniccioli
Debra Bosolet Debra Bosolet wrote on 07/24/2009 at 2:53 AM:
Joe ,

I love your website ! I am so proud of you ! Your work and your talent is as great as Joe the person !

God Bless You !
Ms. Rey Ms. Rey wrote on 07/20/2009 at 5:40 PM:
Hola..I met you briefly at the Jam Session (Tools of War) in Crotona Park last Thrusday..I looked through your site and I really like your style and how you capture your subject. Wishing you continued success and looking forward to meeting you again.

S. S. wrote on 06/02/2009 at 11:42 PM:
The new site looks great, Joe. It showcases your work nicely.
Noelle Theard Noelle Theard from Miami wrote on 06/02/2009 at 3:04 AM:
Your work looks great, nice new site design, I love that you have all the galleries with your recent work too!

Much love and respect, you are an inspiration to so many of us!

Adelle Dueno Adelle Dueno wrote on 06/01/2009 at 9:57 PM:
Love the site. You are so talented and admire your work and wish you continued ya!