Lucinda Douglas-Menzies(1956-), Photographer
Artist of 76 portraits
Lucinda Douglas-Menzies started her training as assistant to architectural photographer Jeremy Whitaker, and to Sydney Harris, press and public relations photographer. She then worked at Sotheby's for five years as a catalogue photographer to the Chinese porcelain, silver and jewellery departments. In 1986 Douglas-Menzies opened her own studio, specialising in fine art photography and portraiture. She has produced numerous exhibition catalogues for London galleries and museums, and various commissions for book and magazine publishers. Collections of her portraits have been exhibited at galleries around the country.
by Lucinda Douglas-Menzies
bromide fibre print, 1983
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