Göksin Sipahioglu died today. Long live the king! He was the king as a pioneer photojournalist, the king in shrewd business deals, the king at engineering a news ” coup”, the king at mentoring young talent, the king at entertaining and the king with the fairest gender. No one can ask for more. A tall man with an equally big journalistic talent, he embraced every aspiring photographer with open arms to the multi-million dollar photo agency he built from scraps with his life- long partner and confidant Phyllis Springer.
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