Hollywood’s Elite by Brian Hamill


Brian Hamill is another photographer who worked through two golden decades for incredible imagery – the ’60s and the ’70s. Beginning his career in the ’60s as a photojournalist shooting everything from the rock scene, politics, celebrities and sports, Hamill eventually found himself in Northern Ireland during the early ’70s. Working for the New York Times, Hamill was snapping amazing images of the explosive conflict around him. Around the same time, Hamill was also developing his skills as a unit photographer on movie sets, building a portfolio that includes candid photographs of Hollywood’s elite between and during takes on some the greatest movies ever made. HIs forte became Woody Allen films culminating in Hamill publishing his coffee table photobook entitled “Woody Allen At Work: The Photographs of Brian Hamill”


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