Written by Kathleen Hulser Loni Efron hightailed it to Manhattan after college and soon found her dream job: “I was buried in a dark room with a chain smoker.” So what if she choked on the air, it was a photography job , her dream ﬁeld of work. Soon, she apprenticed under master printer Jim Megargee making test and work prints for Annie Leibovitz. Working for Annie Leibovitz she was thrilled to see her prints appear in big national publications, Tom Cruise in Vanity Fair and Jerry Garcia in Rolling Stone. Her big chance came when the archivist for Leibovitz...
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