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Niame Traore

on 5 February 2013

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By: Niame Traore Annie-Lou Leibovitz:
An American Photo Photographer Beginning of Her Career THE END! Early Life born on October 2, 1949 in Waterbury, Connecticut
She is the 3rd of 6 children
3rd generation American
Her father was Sam Leibovitz
A lieutant colonel in the US Air Force
Her mother was Marilyn
a modern dance instructor of Estonian Jewish Heritage She started her career in the United States in 1970 as a staff photographer working for the rolling stone magazine

She stated that she sought intimate moments with her subjects who, “open their hearts and souls and lives to you”

Her inspiration included Robert Frank and Henri Cartier- Bresson

1973- she was named chief photographer of the Rolling Stone magazine until 1983.
She held this job for 10 years

She was also inspired by Richard Avedon’s portraits SAY CHEESE Began to write and play music

Attended San Francisco Art Institute
She studied painting there

During those times she continued to develop her photographs skills while working various jobs, including a period on a kibbutz (group home) in Amir, Israel Disney Parks:
"A Year of a Million Dreams" Through The Lens of Annie Leibovitz High School:
The Start of Her Artistic Endeavors Rolling Stone's Career Her Other Works Annie Leibovitz: A Photographer’s Life Landscapes
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