Iconic Spotlight : George Harrison, by Terry O’Neill

George Harrison

“My career, in many ways, started with The Beatles. They were young, I was young, and the world was young. You have to remember that back in the early 1960s, we didn’t have to automatically enlist in the National Service. So a whole new generation of kids suddenly had their worlds open up for them. And in London, the town was filled with musicians, artists, models, filmmakers, writers—you name it. I was lucky to be there.

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Iconic Spotlight : Tim Buckley, by Ed Caraeff

Tim Buckley

As a photographer, one of the best gigs you could get was shooting an album cover.  And over his career as a photographer and art director, Ed Caraeff’s work has been featured on several notable records, including Iggy & the Stooges ‘Fun House’, Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band’s ‘Trout Mask’, ‘Closing Time’ by Tom Waits and Carly Simon’s ‘No Secrets.’

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#FineArtFriday – Jazz Boxset

From the smoky backstage dressing rooms of New York and Chicago’s pioneering jazz clubs to the acclaimed Jazz festivals that flourished to enthrall legions of fans, Ted Williams’ camera captured the intimacy and the wizardry of Jazz’s greats as they perfected their art over more than three decades from the 1940s-1970s.

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Iconic Spotlight : An Exclusive Interview with Joshua Greene

Milton H. Greene first met Marilyn Monroe on a photoshoot for Look magazine in 1953.  Greene already had a reputation as one of the best photographers in Hollywood and Monroe was already its brightest stars.  Together, they would form a partnership and close friendship that would take them through an astonishing fifty photo sessions.

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