Brian Bowen Smith
What is Beauty?
Aired On: Aug 4, 2011
Brian Bowen Smith discusses his proccess of finding the beauty within his subjects, even if they don't know it's there.
Brian Bowen Smith was born and raised in New York and became a professional photographer after working as an assistant to Herb Ritts. After his mentorship with Ritts, he landed assignments for Elle, Marie Claire, Vogue, Lucky, Glamour, Esquire and Interview. He recently published his first book, The Men and Women of Marc Jacobs, and is currently at...
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