Searching for and sifting through thousand of negatives and re-scanning hundreds of images of Film stars and celebrities in action on movie sets and at leisure (shopping on Madison Avenue or in restaurants, etc.) in New York City during the past four or five dreary Covid months was a tedious yet rewarding endeavor. This, my first decade as a photographer and photojournalist, strolling the parks and streets of Manhattan with a flaneur’s eagerness and devotion, paid off in documenting the icons of entertainment and celebrity news of this historical time of carefree talent and unabashed desire to participate in the...
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