We know very little about John Florea (1916-2000). His short biographies give an impression of what we would now call a “man of images”: celebrity photographer, war correspondent, and director and producer of some of the biggest American television shows of the 1960s and 1970s. His self-portraits are happy and lighthearted, as he plays in front of the camera in the soldiers’ quarters just as he would amongst semi-nude nymphs.
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