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I am a photographer and graduate of the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. A descendent of African Americans, I am interested in sharing and discovering more of my history through photographs as well as contributing to the restoration of Black history.
The Hollywood Photo Archive is a unique collection of cinematic history, with 180,000 items capturing the gunmen, the gallants, the ghosts, and the stars of the big screen. The collection has been assembled over the past forty years by director Colin Slater. In Slater’s early days, it was the great directors, Wilder, Lean, and Welles, who advised him to study and learn from the film stills. Slater, along with the legendary journalist and film executive Fred Hift, ran the public relations agency The Adventurers, working on almost every motion picture produced in the UK, gathering stills from the stars and press collateral from the studios. Thus the Hollywood Photo Archive was born.
Claflin welcomes exemplary students of all races and genders who demonstrate a passion to change not only their own circumstances, but to change the world as well.
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Wonderful Machine is a production company with a network of 700 photographers around the world. We help publications, agencies, and brands find photographers, find stock photos, and produce photo shoots. If you're a photographer, we provide vigorous marketing support at a reasonable cost. And our photo editors, designers, publicists, marketing consultants, and producers are available to help you with every aspect of your branding, marketing, estimating, or shoot production.
Lincoln University was founded in 1854 as the nation's first degree-granting Historically Black College and University, or HBCU. Originally chartered as Ashmun Institute, it was re-named Lincoln University in 1866 in honor of President Abraham Lincoln.