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.And Then the Prime Minister Hit Me. Hardcover – 20 Apr 2016
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...and then the Prime Minister hit me... by Brian Harris. Brian has been an editorial, news and current affairs photographer for more than 45 years. Fascinated in his teens by the alchemy of the darkroom, in the 1960s Brian was combining school work with photographing weddings and football matches in his native Essex. A job as a runner at the Fox Photos agency at the age of sixteen set Brian on the path that would shape his life. In the 1970s Brian worked in the heart of London's Fleet Street, freelancing for The Sun, The Times, News of the World, the BBC and United Press International, covering everything from IRA bombings to celebrity news, until joining The Times as its youngest ever staff photographer aged twenty-five. When The Independent launched in 1986, Brian became its first staff photographer, playing a key role in forming the renowned Indy style of intelligent editorial photography. In his fourteen years at The Independent Brian travelled the world to cover the stories that defined the era.
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Don't be drawn into believing this is just another coffee table book, this is a work of art to be cherished and enjoyed on a regular basis. Mr Harris' name deserves to be up there with all the great photo journalists, do yourself a favour and buy yourself a copy.
Don't be drawn into believing this is just another coffee table book, this is a work of art to be cherished and enjoyed on a regular basis. Mr Harris' name should be up there with all the great photo journalists, do yourself a favour and buy yourself a copy.