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Norman Seeff

Norman Seeff was born in South Africa in 1939 and trained in emergency medicine before moving to the US to embark on a career in photography 30 years later. Whilst living in New York, Seeff’s photographs were discovered by the former Vice President of Creative Services at Columbia Records, Bob Cato, who went on to introduce him to personalities such as Andy Warhol, Debbie Harry and Robert Mapplethorpe. Gaining popularity, Seeff opened his own studio in Sunset Boulevard and began conducting photography sessions which soon became legendary for drawing crowds of up to 200 people. At 78, Seeff continues to work on dynamic photographic and film shoots in LA.