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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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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