New York 1970s - John Claridge

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New York 1970s - John Claridge - Café Royal Books

John Claridge had no formal training as a photographer but began working for McCann Erickson Advertising in 1959 in their Photography and Design department. In 1961 he left to become assistant to David Montgomery and in 1964 he opened his own studio in London. He has worked for many magazines including Harper's Bazaar, Nova, Popular Photography and Zoom.

  • 36 pages
  • printed in the UK
  • staple bound
  • 14cm x 20cm

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