Working at a copy store by day while frequenting the punk clubs of San Francisco by night, the lifestyle of photographer Jim Jocoy in the ’70s may mirror that of many kids in our generation today. You work some job to stay afloat while you dream of making a living off your craft. While you make your money during the day, the real progress is made at night between the hours of twelve and three. Capturing the colorful personalities that frequented these clubs, Jocoy’s photography reveals a specific and unique era in American culture. Taken primarily between 1978 and 1980, Jocoy’s photos mark America’s transition into the decade of excess and extravagance. Comical, pathetic, glamorous and iconic, the photography of Jim Jocoy helps relate what it meant to be young in the ’80s.