Carolyn Djanogly is a portrait photographer based in London. Her work has appeared in Vanity Fair, The Sunday Times Magazine, Country Life, The Times, The Observer, Business Week, Newsweek, Forbes, The Smithsonian Magazine, People Magazine, Easy Living, YOU Magazine, Woman & Home, Good Housekeeping, Stern, Der Spiegel, Focus and Bunte. Carolyn moved into photography with the publication of her first book, Centurions (Andre Deutsch) in 1999. Centurions is a tribute to 100 people who significantly influenced the social, political and cultural texture of 20th Century Britain. Twenty two of the photos from that collection have been purchased by the National Portrait Gallery for its permanent collection, and exhibitions were held in London and the Channel Islands in 2000.
Djanogly's photographs feature in the 2013 Proud Camden exhibition Amy Winehouse: For You I Was A Flame.
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