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Ifetayo Abdus-Salam

photographer; educator; published in Exposure and Posing Beauty in African American Culture, edited by Deborah Willis; exhibited
at Von Lintel Gallery, Rush Arts Gallery, and DUMBO Art Festival, among other venues.


Inbal Abergil

inbal abergil photographer; exhibited widely, most
recently at the Miyako Yoshinaga Gallery, New York;
educator, Pace University and Columbia University;


Manal Abu-Shaheen

photographer; exhibits regularly in New York City; educator, Bard Graduate Center Gallery, National Geographic PhotoCamps, ICP at The Point, and ICP Teen Academy.

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Shelby Lee Adams

Photographer; educator; author, Appalachian Portraits and Appalachian Legacy; exhibited and widely collected.

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Bobby Neel Adams

photographer, internationally exhibited; widely collected, including ICP, Houston Museum of Fine Arts, Station Museum, diRosa Foundation, and the Norton Family Foundation; recipient of numerous grants and awards, including the Aaron Siskind Foundation, LEF Foundation, and MacDowell Art Colony.

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Vince Aletti

Photography critic; columnist, Village Voice, Modern Painters, and Photograph. Contributor to Aperture, Art Review, and Artforum. Curator, Male (1998) and Female (1999), Wessel + O'Connor Gallery, New York. Recipient, 2005 ICP Infinity Award in Writing.


Kathryn Parker Almanas

kathyrn parker almanas photographer; published
in PDN's "25 Under 25 Up-and-Coming American
Photographers," The Photo Review, Toronto Life,
American Photo, the Waterstone Review, and
Metropolis, among others.


Sherisse Alvarez

writer; published in Palimpsest: Yale Literary and Arts Magazine, the anthology Revolutionary Voices, Luna Park Review; one-act plays
produced at Clark Studio Theater at Lincoln Center and the Blue Heron Theater.


Steve Anchell

Photographer; educator; internationally exhibited and published; author of numerous books, including The Darkroom Cookbook, The Variable Contrast Printing Manual, and The Film Developing Cookbook; contributing editor for Outdoor Photographer and Camera and Darkroom, among others.

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Kathleen Anderson

Photographer, specializing in the foundations of Photoshop; educator; widely exhibited.


Keliy Anderson-Staley

photographer specializing in the wetplate collodion process; instructor, Center for Alternative Photography;

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Mark Andres

photographer; director of the Seeing with Photography Collective; publications include Shooting Blind, photographs by the visually impaired; internationally exhibited; recipient, 2006 NYFA award


Eduardo Angel

Eduardo Angel has worked as a photographer, DP, digital consultant, photography instructor, and architect. His mission is to help photographers, filmmakers and corporations to use technology to enhance creativity.

Selected consulting clients include Canon U.S.A., the Chicago Architecture Foundation, Tenba, Cinevate, Leaf, Hasselblad, Cambo, X-Rite, Mamiya, New York Magazine, Time Inc. Digital, The Brooklyn Museum of Art, Avon, Doyle, and the New York Times, among others.

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Amy Arbus

Photographer; internationally published and collected; author,The Inconvenience of Being Born and No Place Like Home; clients include American Express, Nickelodeon, and Saatchi & Saatchi.

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David Arky

Photographer; commissions include the New York Times Magazine, Fortune Small Business, Self, Oprah, Skiing, Outside, Men’s Health, and Runner’s World. Advertising and corporate work for Citibank, Eli Lilly, Compaq, Illy USA, Wyeth, and Amgen.

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Bill Armstrong

Photographer; work is in numerous collections, including the Brooklyn Museum, the Fogg Art Museum, and the Addison Gallery of Art, among others; widely exhibited and collected.

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Michael Ashkin

Photographer; represented by Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York; internationally exhibited; widely published; books include Garden State; awards include New York Foundation for the Arts; instructor, School of Visual Arts, Pratt Institute.

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Jane Evelyn Atwood

photographer/author; widely collected; recipient, numerous awards;
author of Too Much Time, Women in Prison and Dialogues de Nuit, among others; published in Life Magazine, The New York Times Magazine, Stern, Géo, Paris Match, The Independent, Telegraph, Libération, VSD, Marie-Claire, and Elle, among others; worked on-assignment for Doctors without Borders, Handicap International, and Action Against Hunger.

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Jessica Backhaus

photographer; author, One Day In November, Jesus and the Cherries, What Still Remains; published in Art On Paper, Photo District News, Photo Eye; represented by Yancey Richardson (New York).

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Stephanie Badini

Photographer, specializing in portraiture, fashion, and music; work has appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Time Out, and The Village Voice, among others; widely published and exhibited.

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Nelson Bakerman

Photographer; collections include Brooklyn Museum of Art, The City of Paris Collection, NYNEX, and ICP; published in The New Yorker, GQ, Rolling Stone, and Esquire; clients include GTE, Bell South, and I.M. Pei Partners.

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Tracy Doyle Bales

photography editor, LIFE; former photography editor, Time Out New York and Maclean's, Canada's only weekly news magazine; co-curated a showcase of the Maclean's photo archive and produced a book to commemorate the title's centennial anniversary.


Christoph Bangert

photojournalist; has worked in Palestine, Japan, Chad/Darfur, Afganistan, Indonesia, Pakistan, the U.S., Lebanon, Nigeria, Zimbabwe, and Iraq; widely published in international magazines and newspapers; published IRAQ: The Space Between (2007) and Travel Notes (2007).

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Craig Barber

Craig J. Barber is known for his quiet and provocative landscape photographs and is recognized as one of today's premier platinum printers. His photographs have been exhibited in more than fifty solo exhibitions and numerous group exhibitions. His work is represented in several public and private collections, including the George Eastman House in Rochester, NY, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX, the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, the Brooklyn Museum of Art in New York City, and the Biblioteque Nationale de France in Paris. Barber lives in the Hudson Valley of New York State and teaches photography workshops throughout the United States and Europe.

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Ernesto Bazan

photojournalist; published in Life, Time, Newsweek, Natural History, and Sette, among others; widely exhibited and collected;
recipient of numerous grants and awards including the Mother Jones, Alicia Patterson, the Guggenheim Foundation, and the W. Eugene Smith award, among others; author, The Perpetual Past and Passing Through.

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Juliana Beasley

photographer; author, Lapdancer; awarded fellowships from the Aaron Siskind Foundation and the New Jersey State Council of the Arts.


Michele Beck

Video and sound artist, performer, writer. Exhibitions and screenings internationally, including the ICA in London, the Sound Art Museum in Rome, the Blaffer Gallery at the University of Texas Museum, Galerie Chez Valentin in Paris, the Bronx Museum of Art, and the Queens Museum of Art. Writings published in NY Arts, Surveillance and Society in the U.K. and Ideologica Ádhuc in Spain. Grants received from New York Foundation for the Arts and the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs. Recipient of three residencies at Yaddo, Saratoga Springs, NY. Awarded a grant from the Fondation Téno to attend a residency at CAMAC in Marnay-sur-Seine, France, summer 2006. Faculty, New School University. B.A. Art History, New York University. M.F.A, Parsons School of Design.

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Janette Beckman

Londoner Janette Beckman began her career at the dawn of punk rock
working for The Face and Melody Maker. She shot bands from The Clash to Boy George as well as 3 Police album covers. Her portraits of the British Punk, Mod and 2 Tone scenes are collected in 'Made in the UK: The Music of Attitude, 1977-1982' PowerHouse Books 2005.

Moving to New York in 1982, she was drawn to the underground
Hip Hop scene. Her photographs of pioneers Afrika Bambaata, Run DMC,
Salt'n'Pepa, Grandmaster Flash and 1980's style are collected in "The Breaks, Stylin and Profilin 1982-1990" PowerHouse Books 2007
Her latest book documenting the East LA Hoyo Maravilla gang was published by Dashwood Books in 2011

Janette's photographs have recently been exhibited at the Museum of City of New York, Proud Gallery London, : Belleviilloise Paris, Morrison Hotel Gallery NYC, Tower Records Tokyo, Blender Gallery Sydney, and Arkitip Los Angeles.

Janette lives and works in New York City.
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Jim Beecher

Photographer; educator; clinical social worker; published, a directory of photographic resources; recipient,1985 Robert Rauschenberg Change grant.

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Chris Beirne

Master color printer; photographer; widely exhibited; published internationally.


Janet Beller

fine art and commercial photographer; work has appeared in books, national magazines, advertising, and both group and one-woman
shows; photographs included in the permanent collection of the Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris, as well as many private collections; author and photographer, Street People; faculty, New School for Social
Research and Penland School of Crafts.

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Louis Benjamin

fine-art and commercial photographer;
web designer, designer, technical writer, and
published author; widely exhibited; and recent
credits: Skope.

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Marina Berio

Marina Berio, Chair of ICP's General Studies in Photography Program, is a photographer/artist. Her work has been exhibited at art spaces internationally, including Michael Steinberg Fine Art, LaViola Bank Gallery, Smack Mellon, Von Lintel Gallery, and Artists Space, New York; Judy Ann Goldman Fine Art in Boston; Les Rencontres d'Arles and the Centre Photographique de Pontault-Combault in France; and Otto Zoo Gallery in Milan. Berio has received an Aaron Siskind Foundation Award, a Pollock/Krasner Grant, and a New York Foundation for the Arts fellowship, and she has been invited to various residencies, including the MacDowell Colony, Yaddo, and Schloss Plüschow in Germany.

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Amy Berkley

photo director, Field & Stream; fine
art and art history background with a master;s in
photography from Cranbrook Academy of Art;
former photo editor at Men's Journal, US Weekly,
and Aperture.


Geoffrey Berliner

photographer and collector; director, Center for Alternative Photography, New York.


Geoffery Berliner

photographer and collector; director, Center for Alternative Photography, New York.


Nina Berman

documentary photographer; internationally
exhibited; published in Time, National
Geographic, Mother Jones, and Geo; author of
Purple Hearts: Back from Iraq; recipient of
numerous awards.

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Ports Bishop

Photographer; published in the Village Voice and Parnassus, among others; advertising clients include AT & T Wireless, Isabella Fiore, Brooklyn Industries and M.R.S. Solo show at Hanna Gallery Japan. New book Future Friends.

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Rhona Bitner

rhona bitner photographer; internationally
exhibited, most recently at Rencontres d'Arles;
represented in collections of the Whitney Museum
and Art Institute of Chicago, among others.


Robert Blake

Robert Blake, artist, photographer, Chair Emeritus, ICP General Studies Program; founder of Lightaxe, and Director of Special Projects, 601Artspace, New York.


Nayland Blake

Chair, ICP-Bard Program in Advanced Photographic Studies; interdisciplinary artist; faculty, Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts (Bard College, NY); work included in the collections of the Whitney Museum, the Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, among others; writing published in numerous publications and catalogues; internationally exhibited; represented by Matthew Marks Gallery (New York).

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Phillip S. Block

Deputy Director of Programs and Director of Education at the International Center of Photography.


Mara Bodis-Wollner

Mara Bodis-Wollner Artist/Photographer.  Represented by Jen Bekman Gallery; recipient of Fulbright Scholarship (Hungary) 1999; Production Manager for Gregory Crewdson  2004-2006; M.F.A. in photography, Bard College; Adjunct faculty, NYU Tisch School of the Arts.

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Corinne Botz

Photographer; internationally exhibited and collected; author, The Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Death; published in New York Magazine, Metropolis, 2wice, Blackbook, and Popular Science.

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Jean-Christian Bourcart

exhibited and published; work included in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, Musée d'Art Moderne et Contemporain (Genève), Maison Européenne de la Photographie (Paris), and the New York Historical Society, among others; recipient of numerous grants and awards.

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Alison Bradley

photographer; represented by Sepia International; internationally exhibited; work included in the collections of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; published in The New York Times, Boston Globe, Newsday, Kansas City Star, La Repubblica, Il Sole 24 Ore, and Corriere della Sera (Italy).

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Liz Brown

writer and editor, published in Bookforum, Design Observer, Frieze, the Los Angeles Times Book Review, and the New York Times Book Review, among others; coordinator, public literary programs, including Writers at the Alliance, a reading series at the Lower East Side'sEducational Alliance; recipient, Getty Foundation Scholarship and Bell Scholarship, among others.

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Adrian Buckmaster

portrait and fashion photographer;
advertising clients include L'Oréal, Revlon,
De Beers, and Kodak; widely published; portraits
include Anita Baker, Celine Dion, Bob Marley, Isaac
Mizrahi, and HRH Prince Abdul Bin Azziz, among
others; documented interiors of the Houses of
Parliament for the Paul Mellon Centre and the
restoration of Salisbury Cathedral.

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Dan Burkholder

Dan Burkholder artist/photographer, specializing in contact printing processes; widely published; author, Making Digital Negatives for
Contact Printing; instructor, Texas Photographic
Society Workshops.

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Christine Callahan

artist, curator; solo exhibitions in New York, Atlanta, and Derry, Northern Ireland; represented by Jen Bekman Gallery, New York;

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E.J. Camp

Portrait photographer; advertising
work includes campaigns for American Express,
CBS, General Electric, and IBM; has shot an
extensive array of film posters for clients such as
Paramount Pictures, New Line Cinema, and 20th
Century Fox.

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Thomas Carabasi

Photographer; photography department Chair, Ringling School of Art; recipient of numerous grants; exhibited throughout the United States and Europe; published in Zoom, Popular Photography, View, Camera, and Mirabella, among others.

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Clinton Cargill

Clinton Cargill associate photo editor, the New
York Times Magazine.


Elinor Carucci

Photographer; internationally exhibited and collected; work has appeared in The Village Voice, The New Yorker, The New York Times Magazine and W; author, Closer and Diary of a Dancer; recipient of numerous awards, including the ICP Infinity Award, the Buhl Foundation grant, the Friends of Photography award, Guggenheim Fellowship, among others.

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Jean Marie Casbarian

interdisciplinary installation artist incorporating photography, film and
video projections, sound, sculpture and performance; faculty, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, City Colleges of Chicago, Hampshire
College, and the Transart Institute in Linz, Austria.

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Chan Chao

photographer; author, Something Went Wrong, Echo, Letter from P.L.F.

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Monica Chau

Artist/educator, specializing in interactive web design; mixed media work nationally and internationally exhibited; recipient of numerous grants and awards, including an NEA/WESTAF grant.

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Claudia Christen

is a photographer and graphic designer. Her graphic work is mostly focusing on branding such as the NYC Taxi logo, designing and editing books for photographers like Chris Morris and Thomas Dworzak. As a photographer she has concentrated the greater part of her work on commercial photography. Clients include: Aig Highstar, Emeril Lagasse, Hewlett Packard and Smart Design. Christen has received a multitude of awards for her work and is internationally published.


Teresa Christiansen

photographer, video artist; assistant photographer, Metropolitan Museum of Art;


Shauna Church

Artist/photographer, specializing in digital imaging, darkroom techniques, and infrared photography; work widely published and exhibited; recipient of numerous grants and awards; faculty, The New School, SVA, NYU/Tisch, Maine Photographic Workshops,Santa Fe Workshops, and Palm Beach Photographic Workshops.

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Vincent Cianni

photographer; exhibitions include George Eastman House, Museum of the City of New York, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Fullerton Museum; author, We Skate Hardcore: Photographs from Brooklyn's
Southside; published in Aperture, DoubleTake, and Creative Camera; awards include Jerome Foundation, Light Work Residency, Ruttenberg
Foundation; faculty, Parsons School of Design, Center for Documentary Studies.

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Vincent Cianni

documentary photographer; faculty, Parsons; author, We Skate Hardcore; work in major museums and collections including the Museum
of Fine Arts, Houston, Philadelphia Museum of Art, and LACMA.


Jem Cohen

filmmaker; films: Chain, Benjamin Smoke, Instrument/Fugazi, and Lost Book Found; collaborations with musicians, including Patti Smith, the Ex, Godspeed You Black Emperor!, R.E.M., and Elliott Smith; collected by MoMA and the Whitney; broadcasted on PBS,
Sundance Channel, Arte; recipient of numerous grants and Alpert Award.

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Anna Collette

Photographer/artist; widely exhibited and collected; faculty, Purchase College, SUNY.


Arlene Collins

Arlene Collins is a documentary and corporate photographer who specializes in location lighting utilizing compact strobe units. In New York City she studied with Lisette Model and currently teaches at Parsons School of Design and The Maine Photographic Workshops. She has lectured at the Istanbul Photography Center, Turkey and Centro de la Imagen in Mexcio City. Her black and white photographs of Machu Picchu were recently published in Hasselblad's Forum magazine and her travel photography advice can be found at She also leads travel photography workshops around the world, including, thus far, Morocco, Vietnam, Cambodia, and China. Ladakh, India, and Bhutan are her next travel photography workshop destinations.

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Sharon Collins

Sharon Collins, photographer and lawyer, author of To the Light: a journey through Buddhist Asia (W.W. Norton 2003); European Publishers' Award for Photography finalist; work internationally published including Condé Nast Traveler, Expedia Travels, Organic Style, La Fotographia Actual and The Photo Review; fine art photographs nationally exhibited and included in collections of Atlanta¹s High Museum of Art, the New York Public Library, the Musee de la Photographie a Charleroi, the Buhl Collection and several private and corporate collections.

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Ken Collins

Professional photographer and artist in NYC. Work has been published in numerous magazines including; American Theater, New York Magazine, The New York Times, Artnews, Inc, Newsweek, Orion, Lenswork, etc. Umbrage Books published Ken's award winning portrait series of American Playwrights titled In Their Company, Portraits of American Playwrights. Ken has had a number of solo and group exhibitions and his work is included in private and public collections.

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Michael Crouser

photographer; widely published and exhibited; recipient of numerous
awards including Photo District News "Photographs of the Year" and Communication Arts Award of Excellence in Photography, among others.

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Elizabeth Culbert

photo editor, The New Yorker; photography dealer, Pace/MacGill
Gallery, New York, representing David Byrne, Robert Polidori, Michal Rovner, and others; former director, Von Lintel Gallery, New York;
former director of photography, Onview, New York; editor; author.


Linda Cummings

Photographer/artist/ educator. Linda Cummings's photographs have been published in Blind Spot magazine and Aperture. She is the recipient of numerous awards, including the ISP Fellowship at the Whitney Museum of American Art and a residency at the Yaddo Artist Colony. Exhibitions include the Walker Art Gallery; Lehigh University; Hampshire College. Museum collections include the National Museum of American Art at the Smithsonian, Washington, DC; Brooklyn Museum of Art; Bronx Museum of the Arts; Muskarell Museum, VA; Art Museum of Missoula, MT ; Musee Jenisch, Switzerland; and Museo Nazionale della Fotographia de Brescia, Italy.

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Megan Cump

Megan Cump artist/photographer, internationally exhibited in group and solo shows, including White Columns, Tamayo Museum, Bronx Museum of Art, Islip Art Museum, among others; recipient of two CAAP grants and many residencies, including two MacDowell Colony Fellowships, an LMCC Studio Residency, has been reviewed in the New York Times, Time Out New York, and recently featured in NY ARTS magazine; MFA The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

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Billy Cunningham

freelance photographer, specializing in interior photography; contributing photographer, Architectural Digest; clients include Tiffany & Company, House Beautiful, among others.

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Susie Cushner

commercial photographer/artist;
widely published; clients include Condé Nast,
Hearst, Hyatt, William Sonoma; recent projects
include Mastering the Art of Chinese Cooking and
Your Inner Sea.


Susie Cushner

commercial photographer, artist; widely published; clients include Condé Nast, Hearst, Hyatt, and William Sonoma.


Merri Cyr

photographer, specializing in portraiture of musicians and artists; clients include Sony, Warner Brothers, Maverick, Mercury, Electra,
Verve, Mercury Nashville, Deutsche Grammophon, Rolling Stone, and Entertainment Weekly magazine.

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John Cyr

photographer, master black-and-white printer, educator.

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