Frank Worth (1923 - 2000) was an American photographer who befriended and photographed many Hollywood actors and actresses between 1939 and 1964. His black and white candid pictures are unusual for the era, when most stars limited themselves to carefully posed glamour portraits.
about the photographers*
Newton was born on October 31, 1920, in Berlin, Germany. Son of wealthy Jewish factory owner, he attended the American School in Berlin. From an early age, Newton developed a keen obsession with photography, purchasing his very first camera aged 12.
Mario Kroes (1986- Present) is a German born fashion photographer based in Los Angeles, California. Inspired by the likes of Helmut Newton, Irving Penn, and Richard Avedon, Mario abandoned the corporate world at age 26 to begin a self-taught journey into photography.
Delroi Whitaker is a Los Angeles born celebrity photographer whose work has documented the African American cultural influence in the Hollywood celebrity and music industry. Starting his career early in high school, Delroi found a passion capturing images in his hometown of Baldwin Hills, Los Angeles.
Roger Fritz (born 1936 in Mannheim) is a versatile artist. He worked as a director, author, producer, actor and photographer, while he originally trained to become a wholesale trader. In 1955 however he met the photographer Herbert List in Munich and started to assist him occasionally. He began taking photos himself and won the Photokina-Prize in 1954, and another award two years later.
Daniel Furon was born in Paris, France, and grew up there as well as in West Africa, where his parents lived. He studied at ESAG Penninghen in Paris, which he majored in Graphic arts. After finishing school he went on to become an advertising photographer.