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Norman Eales

(1936-1989), Fashion photographer

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Norman Eales, by John Vere Brown - NPG x68275

Norman Eales

by John Vere Brown
bromide fibre print, 1962
NPG x68275


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Anne Collard

21 February 2022, 10:33

As far as I can remember, Norman Eales was a photographer at Vogue in Hanover Square. My then fiancee, Barry Weller, was his assistant, and both Norman and Barry took photos of me. That would have been in the mid-60's.

Brigid Keenan

08 December 2019, 21:47

Norman Eales was a fashion photographer working in Studio Five in Shepherds Market in the Sixties. He could create GLAMOUR out of almost anything.... I loved him, he was the photographer I liked working with most when I was Young Fashion Editor of the Sunday Times in the early Sixties... He should have been much more famous than he was but he worked mainly for Cosmopolitan magazine rather than Vogue and half way though his career he went to live in California....he loved the sun and the open air and the sea.

Michael Cole

02 December 2018, 08:38

Norman Eales worked for my father photographer John Cole who ran Studio Five in Mayfair London between 1956-68. Norman was his assistant before he became a photographer in his own right.