Aired On: Aug 1, 2013
Robert Erdmann discusses his journey from fashion to celebrity photography, his parallel journey from the cool magazine world into mass-market publications and working with models who became celebrities.
Robert Erdmann received a degree in History of Photography from Princeton University and studied photography under Emmet Gowin and Mark Cohen. He then moved to New York and began to assist fashion photographers including a few privileged days with Helmut Newton. After working as an editor at various Italian fashion magazines, he moved to London to start his career as a...
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