The first time I became aware of Platon’s work was in the 90’s when he was a photographer for the political magazine ‘George’. It was the publication that John Kennedy had founded and Platon was its photographer. George, the magazine, survived only a few issues but Platon continued to be a very successful editorial and commercial photographer.
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