Memories and Cowboy Photographs
Aired On: Jun 19, 2014
Kurt Markus discusses his version of the Way-Out West, showing photography of characters of all stripes and reputations.
Kurt Markus has lived several lives as a photographer, beginning with his first photographs of cowboys some 35 years ago, then exploring fashion, travel, landscape, nudes and celebrity portraiture. He has photographed campaigns for Armani, Esprit, Banana Republic, BMW and Nike, and his editorial assignments have come from major...
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PhotographerKurt Markus has lived several lives as a photographer, beginning with his first photographs of cowboys some 35 years ago, then exploring fashion, travel, landscape, nudes and celebrity portraiture.