Randall Slavin and Charlize Theron
The Making of 24 Portraits
AIRED ON: Oct 11, 2011
Randall Slavin and Charlize Theron give a personal, in-depth, behind-the-scenes tour of the images in Slavin's exhibit The Making of 24 Portraits.
Born in Hollywood, California, Randall Slavin struck up a friendship with the owner of a local photography studio. It was at that studio where he learned the basics of photography. Slavin's work debuted in The New York Times Magazine and his work has appeared in GQ, Esquire, Rolling Stone and many others. He had his first exhibit in Paris in 2008.
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