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No list of famous photographers would be complete without mentioning Annie Leibovitz. She’s one of the most iconic photographers of the 21st Century and certainly one of the most celebrated female photographers. Annie was the first female lead photographer for Rolling Stone magazine and shot world-renowned publications like Vanity Fair and Vogue.
Her career has notably featured shooting names like Dolly Parton, Brad Pitt, and John Lennon on the day of his death. But Annie is also famed for her non-portrait work, displayed in museums and art galleries worldwide.
Annie’s photography has justifiably earned her numerous awards and accolades, the most notable being the Lifetime Achievement Award from the International Centre for Photography and the prestigious Wexner Prize. But her most creative work is her elegant, high-fashion editorial shoots that are more often than not on location. Much of Annie’s work contains muted tones, but they’re anything but boring.
Tenneson is among the most respected photographers of our time and has been described critically as "one of America's most interesting portrayers of the human character." Her work is a combination of portraiture and mythology-she is interested in discovering the archetypes of our being.
Tenneson's work has been shown in over 150 exhibitions worldwide and is part of numerous private and museum collections. Her photographs have appeared on countless covers for magazines such as: Time, Life, Entertainment Weekly, Newsweek, Premiere, Esquire and The New York Times Magazine. She is also a much sought-after portrait photographer with clients in Europe, Japan, and the United States.
Paolo Roversi is one of the most saught-after photographers in the fashion industry, for his minimalistic approach to portraiture. His haunting, unguarded shots consistently strip away the facade of his subjects and draw out their raw selves, offsetting fashion’s tendency to conceal and recast.