Iconic Spotlight : Harry Carney, by Ted Williams

Harry Carney

“Harry Carney’s baritone saxophone was the anchor in Duke Ellington’s band from the age of sixteen until his death forty-eight years later. I had been doing a series of photo sessions in a studio near the Blue Note and I invited Harry to come in sometime so we could experiment visually with him and his horn.”

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Iconic Spotlight : Always, starring Audrey Hepburn, by Eva Sereny

Audrey Hepburn

“I’ve been working with Frank Marshall for some time he is one of Spielberg’s top producers. He called me one day while I was in the States and asked if I would like to come to Montana to work a few weeks on Steven’s new film, a romantic comedy called Always that he was directing, and that Audrey Hepburn was in the cast playing the part of God. That was indeed an unexpected plus.”

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Iconic Spotlight : Jean Shrimpton, by Terry O’Neill

Jean Shrimpton

Jean Shrimpton was one of the world’s first supermodels and widely considered to be one of the key faces of the sixties. Reportedly discovered by David Bailey, Bailey and Shrimpton formed a formidable duo in front of and behind the camera, he as photographer and she as his muse.

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Iconic Spotlight : Honor Blackman, by Terry O’Neill

Honor Blackman

Concerned over censorship, the producers considered changing her character’s name to Kitty Galore. But art triumphed over censors and the filmmakers stuck to their guns. Blackman, clearly amused with the controversy, even went out of her way to mention her character’s full name in press interviews.

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