Terence Donovan Biography
Donovan’s Advertising work
David Bailey outline and examples
of 1960’s portraits
Peter Lindbergh Biography
Lindbergh Portraits: Women
Lindbergh: ‘The Stranger I Know’
1936 - 1996
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Born September 14, 1936, London.
Studied blockmaking at The London
School of Engraving & Lithography.
Discovered photography working in
the photo department of a blockmaker
1959: Terence worked as a military
photographer and then set up his own
In the 1960s Terence photographed for Town
Fashion Magazine, Vogue, Elle, Marie Claire.
He also photographed celebrities such as
Jimi Hendrix and the Duke of York.
1973: Donovan made the film Yellow Dog.
Film was not well received by the critics.
Throughout the 70s he continued to shoot.
In 1983 Donovan compiled "Glances": a book
of photographs and semi-fictional narrative.
During the 80s & 90s he continued to work
for various fashion magazines.
In 1996 Terence took his own life.
According to his family it was because of a
reaction to medication.
Terence was one of the most important
fashion photographers of the 20th century.
At his death there he had close to one million
exposures over forty years of shooting.
Donovan’s Early Advertising Work
Donovan: Brides & Evening Wear
Donovan: Spy Drama
Donovan Portrait: Maxwall
David Bailey has long been one of the most
famous commercial photographers in the
world. He has worked for magazines and
newspapers from Vogue to the Daily
Telegraph, photographing most of the key
cultural figures from the worlds of pop music,
literature and theatre with a simple and
He has remarked that his approach was
inspired by the style and free expression of
working girls in dance halls. Bailey continues
to have a successful and high profile career
as a photographer and film maker.
David Bailey: Roman Polanski
David Bailey: Lennon & McCartney
David Bailey: Mick Jagger
David Bailey: Jean Shrimpton
David Bailey: Catherine Deneuve
Fashion: Peter Lindbergh –
Images of Women
Peter Lindbergh was born on the Polish
border of East Germany in 1944.
His childhood background of stark industrial
greyness in the West German town of
Duisburg is an influential theme running
through his work.
A renowned master of black and white
photography, Lindbergh typically uses
mechanical, industrial scenery that lends a
contrasting trademark directness and
honesty to models in his fashion
He has worked with leading supermodels
such as Naomi Campbell, Linda
Evangelista, Tatjana Patitz, Christy
Turlington and Cindy Crawford.
Lindbergh's photographs have appeared in
every major fashion magazine and been
commissioned for advertising campaigns
by leading international fashion designers.