Watson Albert

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Albert Watson became a world-famous and successful photographer thanks to his talent and hard work. The art of photography, however, did not come to him immediately – before concentrating on photography, Watson worked as a primary school teacher. In the 1970s Watson began his career in commercial photography in Los Angeles, publishing photographs in Mademoiselle, GQ and Harper’s Bazaar magazines. In 1976, he moved to New York City and became one of Vogue magazine’s star photographers.

Albert Watson is particularly known for his portraits of Kate Moss, Alfred Hitchcock, and Uma Thurman, which are on display at the Lumiere Gallery.

Watson’s mastery of light makes his work incredibly graphic and textured, despite the fact that the photographer has been blind in one eye since childhood. Albert Watson is one of the most prominent and creatively productive photographers in the world. In his work he masterfully combines art, fashion and commercial photography to create unrivalled photographs.

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