Brad Branson photographer and pop iconographer of the 1980's and 1990's, died on December 13, 2012 at the age of 49. As a teen growing up in Los Angeles, Branson learned all aspects of the photography process while working in a Hollywood photo lab picking up valuable tips from customers who were also accomplished photographers like Herb Ritts, Greg German, and Matthew Rolston. He then expanded his knowledge into the art of photography when he landed a job as assistant to internationally renowned photographer Paul Jasmin, whom Branson has credited with playing an integral role mentoring and guiding him towards developing a unique style all his own.
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