Aired On: Jun 30, 2011
Matthew Rolston presents numerous examples of his work and discusses his thoughts, philosophy and practices regarding beauty and photography.
Matthew Rolston's photography career began at Interview Magazine, where he was discovered by Andy Warhol. Since then, he has photographed for magazines like Rolling Stone, Harper’s Bazaar, Vogue, and W. Rolston has also directed films, music videos and television commercials.
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