Clive Arrowsmith is a London based photographer. After leaving art school where he studied painting and design, he began taking photographs while working as a graphic designer for television. Leaving television to work as a photographer, he soon gained commissions in the 1970s from leading fashion magazines, most notably covers for British & French Vogue, Harper’s, The Sunday Times, Vanity Fair, and Esquire.
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