Dw5-077 '82 Robin Mattson Kodachrome 35mm Original Slide Via Dianna Whitley
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Dw5-077 '82 Robin Mattson Kodachrome 35mm Original Slide Via Dianna Whitley:
These are originals, not copies or duplicates. For personal use only Dianna Whitley retains copyright.
About the photographer:
Dianna Whitley is a photographer and writer whose work has been published in over 60 countries, including photographs of Jason Bateman, Joaquin Phoenix, River Phoenix, John Stamos, Marie Osmond, Patrick Dempsey, Demi Moore, Burt Reynolds, Ann Margaret, Elizabeth Taylor, Michael J. Fox, David Hasselhoff, Richard Farnsworth, Charles Shaughnessy, Tony Geary, Genie Francis, and hundreds of other actors. Some of the publications her work has been in include People, TV Guide, Italian Vogue, Vanity Fair, The New Mexican, and The New York Times. Recently the CBS classic 60 Minutes featured some of her photographs of Joaquin Phoenix.
She worked with so many soap opera stars she was known in the 80's as the "Queen of Soaps," her name was included on the cover of some magazines to help increase sales, and her black and white work was often compared to George Hurrell, a photographer who contributed to the image of Glamour presented by Hollywood during the 1930s and 1940s.
Her books include Burt Reynolds, Portrait of a Superstar (Grosset and Dunlap), SoapStars (Doubleday), Beauty on the Go, which she co-wrote with Jackie Zeman (Simon and Schuster), and Staying Young at Any Age:15 Simple Steps to Turn Back the Clock (Itty Bitty Book Publishing), which is a bestseller on Amazon.
Dianna is now a hypnotherapist and life coach. She owned three hypnosis centers in California, where she and her staff helped over 700 people reach weight loss and health goals. Dianna grew up in Connecticut, has lived in NYC, Boston, Vermont, the Bahamas, Puerto Rico, Santa Fe, Phoenix, and Las Vegas. She tells friends and relatives always to put her address in pencil.
These original Dianna Whitley slides, negatives and transparencies are now being made available for the first time here on soxphotos.