Susan White is returning to her old job at Vanity Fair as the magazine’s photography director. A position she had left last fall to take a job as executive director of editorial licensing at Trunk Archive, the photo syndication agency. In returning toVanity Fair, she is replacing her replacement, Judith Puckett-Rinella, who has held the job of Vanity Fair‘s photography director only for six months. Susan White has been working for Vanity Fair for the last twenty years.
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