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Sue Adler

(1941-), Photographer

Artist of 8 portraits
Sue Adler studied painting and photography at Hornsey College of Art. She worked as a freelance photographer from 1972 until 1980, when she became a features photographer for the Observer, including photographing businessmen for the paper's 'Mammon' section. She also worked throughout the 1980s for Time Out and the Radio Times. Sue Adler has lived and worked in Australia since the late 1990s. In 1999 she was commissioned to photograph the making of the film Moulin Rouge, with the photographs subsequently forming a book of the same title.

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Sir Ralph Halpern, by Sue Adler - NPG P654

Sir Ralph Halpern

by Sue Adler
bromide print, 1985
NPG P654

George William Davies, by Sue Adler - NPG P653

George William Davies

by Sue Adler
bromide print, 1986
NPG P653

Sir Austin William Pearce, by Sue Adler - NPG x87022

Sir Austin William Pearce

by Sue Adler
bromide fibre print, 1985
NPG x87022

Glynn Anthony Williams, by Sue Adler - NPG x87021

Glynn Anthony Williams

by Sue Adler
bromide fibre print, 1988
NPG x87021

Dame Carol Ann Duffy, by Sue Adler - NPG x132388

Dame Carol Ann Duffy

by Sue Adler
digital bromide print, 1990
NPG x132388


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