A Collaborative Path
Aired On: Jun 11, 2015
Lauren Dukoff shares the story behind her evolution as a photographer, focusing on the collaborative path she took and the inspirations that shaped her body of work.
Lauren Dukoff has worked with such celebrated artists as Beyoncé, Lady Gaga, Tom Hanks, Katy Perry, Beck, Oprah and Neil Young, and perhaps most prolifically, Devendra Banhart and Adele, friends and collaborators whom she has documented for many years. Her photos have appeared in the pages of Vanity Fair, Vogue Japan, L’Uomo Vogue, The New York Times Magazine and ...
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