Merri Cyr’s teenage years spent modelling in New York and Paris introduced her to the world of photography as she became more and more interested in the production of her shoots. Cyr started taking candid shots of the streets of New York where she eventually enrolled at the Pratt Institute, earning herself a BFA. Focused on portraiture , documenting musician and artists, Cyr’s demand from hugely commercial record labels and magazines exploded resulting in the creation of over eighty album packages and the publication of ‘A Wished- For Song, Portrait of Jeff Buckley.’ Cyr’s images of Jeff Buckley were exhibited in Proud Camden’s The Day the Music Died in 2011.
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