Michael Tighe is a celebrity photographer based in Los Angeles, who started shooting formal portraits during high school and working professionally at the age of 17. He notably studied with portrait photographers Philippe Halsman and Arnold Newman and published regularly his images in Andy Warhol’s Interview Magazine where his career took off. Today, he is retiring, after nearly five decades of a rich career. He is selling very affordable prints of his photographs. Come June I am leaving Los Angeles after 27 years here. Moving down to Baja, Mexico to begin a whole new chapter in my life. Have felt a pull...
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