New York, 1969. Claude Guillaumin begins working for Glamour magazine. Several years later, this photographer returned to France where he would work for Vogue, Elle, Marie-Claire, Le Jardin des Modes. He then began taking traval pictures. For several years, he has been experimenting with digital photography and is working on fine arts pictures. He just had an exhibition at the Clic Gallery in New York.
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