My earliest memory of Agathe dates to my earliest trip to Paris, around 1971…..I called on her to see if she wanted to make a carte postale from one of my photographs. Imagine how my breath was taken away by the tall blond beauty who smiled at me from the door and invited me into her elegant apartment on the Isle Saint Louis…..immediately she selected a card and invited me for dinner some days later. When I returned she was with her husband Jean-Philippe Charbonnier, a great photojournalist in the true French tradition. We all became instant friends, meeting every time I came to France..so often in those days….
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