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Annie Leibovitz

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Transcript of Annie Leibovitz

Anni
e

Leib
ovitz

2 October
1949
1970
8 December
1980
Annie Leibovitz is born
Early Life
Love of photography since high school
Daughter of an Air Force Lieutenant
Studied at the San Francisco Art Institute
Began work with Rolling Stone
John Lennon Photo
1983
1990s-Today
2004
Death of Susan Sontag
Begins work with Vanity Fair
Political
Barack and Michelle Obama
Aung San Suu
Hollywood
Lady Gaga
Katy Perry
Harry Potter
Culture
Society
World Cup
Conrad Black
Ad Campaigns
Disney
Controversial
Struggles
Susan Sontag, lover and mentor
Suffering economic hardship
Despite controversy, has made great contributions to the industry
Hollywood Portfolio
Nike
"you've captured our relationship exactly"
http://www.lomography.com/magazine/lifestyle/2011/03/16/influential-photographs-john-lennon-and-yoko-ono-1980-by-annie-leibovitz
"I don't know how much more
family oriented
I could possibly have gotten."
Mesinger, Maxine (1992-07-07). "VF dresses Demi in paint". Houston Chronicle. Retrieved 2009-04-02.
She said it looked
"pretty and natural"
and that she thought it was
"really artsy"
.
http://www.guardian.co.uk/artanddesign/2008/apr/30/photography.women
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