PATRICE CASANOVA DAVID McCABE GUNILLA LINDBLAD STEPHEN FRIED JOAN JULIET BUCK PAULINA RICK GILLETTE ARTHUR ELGORT JOHN STEMBER BEVERLY JOHNSON JULIE WOLFE NANCY DONAHUE MAURY HOBSON PAM BARKENTIN EHERENBURG CHERYL TIEGS KIM CHARLTON CAROL ALT DEBORAH BELL NANCY HALL-DUNCAN EDIE LOCKE JULIE BRITT THE EDITORS AND WRITERS HARRY KING BRIGITTE REISS-ANDERSEN THE ARTISTS PEGGY MOFFIT KELLY EMBERG CHARLY CHRISTIE BRINKLEY THE MODELS ALEX CHATELAIN JACQUES MALIGNON BOB STONE TONY KENT ULI ROSE MICHAEL REINHARDT THE PHOTOGRAPHERS PHOTO: Irving Penn - 1952 THE PLAYERS ALEX CHATELAIN The son of an American correspondent for Le Figaro, Alex Chatelain came to New York in 1963 to be a painter.
He assisted Jimmy Moore, Hiro and printed for Avedon before leaving for Paris to be a photographer in his own right. He started working for French Vogue and stayed in Europe, where he worked mostly for British Vogue before moving back to New York. PHOTO: Vogue, June 1986 THE PLAYERS ARTHUR ELGORT For over 40 years Arthur’s ideas of the modern woman and her take on fashion have appeared regularly on the covers and in the spreads of Vogue. His work with Vogue gained notoriety, which gave him the opportunity to shoot for Vogue’s international counterparts, as well as many other top fashion magazines. ARTHUR'S WEBSITE PHOTO: "Christy in Alaia" THE PLAYERS BOB STONE Born in Burbank California, Bob was studying art at UCLA when his friend the artist Bob Schulenberg gave him Richard Avedon's book "Observations". The book had such a profound effect on Bob he became a passionate photographer and moved to NY to further his career where he soon was booked by Alexander LIberman to shoot for Vogue. PHOTO: Cheryl Tiegs, 1978 THE PLAYERS DAVID McCABE He was born in 1940 in Leicester, England, where he studied graphic design and photography. While in art school he won an international photo competition sponsored by the magazine Practical Photography and was hired by the Mayflower photo studio in London. In 1960, he moved to New York City, where he first worked as an assistant and studied under Alexey Brodovitch, Henry Wolf, and Melvin Sokolsky. He received his first assignment with Condé Nast Publications in 1963.
In 1964 Andy Warhol hired him to document a year in his life; the 400 duotone photos were published in 2003 as A Year in the Life of Andy Warhol. PHOTO: Andy Warhol at the Factory, New-York City, 1964 THE PLAYERS JACQUES MALIGNON Jacques Malignon was first hired by Mademoiselle magazine for a fashion spread in Paris. Seizing the opportunity to come to America, he hand delivered the images himself to the magazine’s headquarters in New York City. Staying in New York, his career took off where he shot for Vogue, Harpers Bazaar, GQ, Glamour, Seventeen, New York Times Magazine as well as countless covers and spreads for international magazines. JACQUES' WEBSITE PHOTO: Jacques Malignon THE PLAYERS JOHN STEMBER John Stember is most known for his work as a fashion photographer, having created work for Vogue, Bazaar, Marie Claire, Glamour magazines, and more recently for his fine art photography in Tahiti.
Stember first became enamored with female beauty as a subject for his work in the 1960’s on meeting the stunning young supermodel Jean Shrimpton with David Bailey as a teenager, while working as an apprentice to fashion photographer John French in London. He subsequently opened his first photography studio in West Hampstead, London at age 19. JOHN'S WEBSITE PHOTO: John Stember, Tahiti 2016 THE PLAYERS MICHAEL REINHARDT Grandson of the great German director Max Reinhardt. Mike was born in Los Angeles but grew up in Munich, Germany and France. Studied for Doctorate in Law from Aix-Marseille University in Aix-en-Provence. MICHAEL'S WEBSITE PHOTO: Paris Vogue July 1979 THE PLAYERS PATRICE CASANOVA Born in Paris, the son of a fashion designer, Patrice Casanova started photography in his teens. During his military service he worked as a photojournalist for the military magazine. After service Patrice went on tour with and shot musicians Sylvie Vartan and Johnny Halliday for French music magazines. He then tested models and one of then, an English model, became his girlfriend. When she went to MIlan he followed her and soon he was working for Italian and German magazines. PATRICE'S WEBSITE PHOTO: Helene Guetary & Patrice Casanova THE PLAYERS TONY KENT An actor and avid photographer in New York, Tony followed his model girlfriend to Paris where he showed the art director of French Vogue some of his work and was booked to shoot for the magazine. He had a long and successful career in Paris. PHOTO: Sylvie Vartan, Vogue Paris, April 1973 THE PLAYERS ULI ROSE Born in Düsseldorff, his father was a photographer, as was his grandfather and his mother. Uli started photography in Germany and followed a girlfriend to Paris where he became friends with the other young photographers known as "The French Connection". ULI'S WEBSITE PHOTO: Uli Rose, Carol LaBrie, Paris 1976 THE PLAYERS CHRISTIE BRINKLEY Christie Brinkley is an American supermodel, actress, author, artist and entrepreneur. She gained worldwide fame beginning in the late 1970s with three consecutive Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue covers through 1981.
She spent twenty five years as the face of CoverGirl (the longest running cosmetics contract of any model in history, has appeared on over 500 magazine covers, and has signed contracts with major brands — both fashion and non-fashion. CHRISTIE'S WEBSITE PHOTO: Mike Reinhardt, 1983 THE PLAYERS BRIGITTE REISS-ANDERSEN One of the most accomplished and respected makeup artists, Brigitte Reiss-Andersen works at the highest level in both the fashion and celebrity worlds.
From the beginning she worked with the elite in Paris and New York: Guy Bourdin, Helmut Newton, Albert Watson, Patrick Demarchelier, Irving Penn, Vogue, Vanity Fair, Harper’s Bazaar, Yves Saint Laurent, Valentino.
A master at her craft and a consummate expert on beauty. Her multi-cultural background, European upbringing and professional savvy make her a powerful player in her industry. BRIGITTE'S WEBSITE PHOTO: Miller Mobley, NY THE PLAYERS DEBORAH BELL Deborah Bell Photographs has been a dealer of fine-art photographs since 1988
In 2011 Bell closed her gallery to join Christie’s New York as Head of the Photographs Department.
In 2014 she re-established Deborah Bell Photographs.
A native of Minnesota, Bell received a BFA in Photography from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design in 1976, and an MA in Art History from Hunter College in 1984.
From 1991-96 she was an adjunct professor of the History of Photography at the School of Visual Arts, New York. DEBORAH'S WEBSITE PHOTO: William SILANO (American, 1934-2014) Harper's Bazaar, May 1968 THE PLAYERS PEGGY MOFFIT "Peggy" Moffitt was an icon in the 60's, setting a radical 60's style that she became famous for.
During the 1960s, she worked very closely with fashion designer Rudi Gernreich, a signature style, pop clothes, false eyelashes and heavy eye makeup.
Her hairstyle, an asymmetrical bowl cut, created by Vidal Sassoon, became known as the "five point". Her unique look became an icon of the 1960s fashion scene. PEGGY'S WIKIPEDIA PAGE PHOTO: William Claxton, May 1968 THE PLAYERS TIM TROMPETER Tim Trompeter journeyed alone with notebook, sketchbook and camera in remote areas of Asia and Australia.
He worked successfully in fashion photography in Paris, while collaborating with poets of the LANGUAGE movement.
His fine art prints have been exhibited and collected internationally. TIM'S WEBSITE Tim Trompeter, NY THE PLAYERS JEFFREY ROTHSTEIN Jeffrey studied photography under the post war New York School photographers, Jerry Liebling and Elaine Mays and painting with Arthur Hoener.
Post college, he was a photo assistant to modern masters Richard Avedon, and Bruce Weber while attending The Whitney Independent Study program. JEFFREY'S WEBSITE Jeffrey Rothstein, NY HOME THE PLAYERS ABOUT CONTACT