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Smooth screening @villagecinemas in @jamfactorysouthyarra of @filmonikmelbourne 's premiere screening of 'Dame in Rouge'. I believe we got too caught up in our given genre: 'Film Noir', and our given prop: doughnut, was featured too much. We were trapped somewhere between comedy and art and never shone bright. Subtlety is the key. It wasn't award winning but we are improving. Excellent work on the rushed edit Olivier and Lawrence. If only we had longer. I'm already planning our next one. I think we should let this one be.
Flowing design with spacious formal and casual living/dining, 7 Dobell Place St.Ives offers the best of both well. Situated within the catchments for St.Ives North Primary, this is a family home not to be missed. Please contact Alice Chen or Greg Howard from Black Diamondz for more information.
Linda Louise McCartney (née Eastman) was born in Scarsdale, New York, on 24th September 1941. She graduated from Scarsdale High School, Westchester County, New York in 1960, and went on to study at the University of Arizona, where she majored in art history.
Although her formal training extended to just two lessons on photography that she attended at a night school whilst studying as an art history major at the University of Arizona, the pictures by Walker Evans, Dorothea Lange and Edward Weston that she discovered there – along with her later introduction to the photography of Edward Steichen – inspired and influenced Linda’s work. Linda was also fascinated by the history of photography and honoured the early photographic pioneer William Henry Fox by producing handcrafted cyanotype prints. Linda experimented with other printing processes throughout her career as well as producing thousands of Polaroids.
Linda got her first big break as a photographer while working as an editorial receptionist at Town and Country Magazine. She used an unwanted invitation to a Rolling Stones promotional party on the SS Sea Panther on the Hudson River to document the event and photograph the band. The magazine was so impressed with Linda’s candid, intimate and relaxed photographs of the Rolling Stones that they published her images in an editorial feature – her first of many magazine commissions.
Linda became a professional photographer in the mid-sixties. Her pictures during this period chronicled the musical revolution of the decade.
Whilst working as the house photographer at the Fillmore East in New York City she photographed many iconic musicians including; The Rolling Stones, Otis Redding, B.B. King, The Doors, The Grateful Dead, Frank Zappa, The Beach Boys, The Who, Cream, The Kinks, Traffic, The Byrds and Jimi Hendrix.
Linda’s photograph of Eric Clapton for Rolling Stone magazine’s 11th May 1968 issue made her the first female photographer to have work featured on the magazine’s cover
Linda met Paul McCartney at the Bag O’Nails Club and then married a year later. DIP
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• Located at 4295 Dawson Street, Burnaby
• 40-Storey mixed used high rise
• Total of 350 Units
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