Annie Leibovitz Annie was born in Waterbury, Connecticut and spent most of her childhood in military bases, because her father had a career as an officer in the AIR FORCE. Growing up one of six, her father was circulating everywhere. Annie’s mother, was a stay at home mom, a wife, and a teacher. If she ever talked clamorously or if she was eager, she claimed it was because of her extensive and uproarious family foundation. She took classes at night to study the art of painting at the San Francisco Art Institute.
Annie Leibovitz: Photographer When I think of a woman that has influenced my photography I turn to Portrait photographer Annie Leibovitz. Born in 1949 in Waterbury, Connecticut, Annie Leibovitz was moved around the country with her family because her father had re-enlisted in the military. She was two, and for the next continuing decade she was constantly moving and changing locations and finally settled not to far from M.I.C.A. in Silver Springs, Maryland where she attended high school. After graduation she enrolled in the San Francisco Art Institute intent on studying painting.
Susan Meiselas: An American Documentary Photographer Susan Meiselas is an American-born documentary photographer, currently 66 years of age. Her story, one full of accomplishments, begins in Baltimore, Maryland where she was born in 1948. She moved to New York when she started college, where she studied Anthropology and received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Sarah Lawrence College, and she later went on to live most of her life (when she wasn’t traveling), in New York City. After receiving her B.A. from Sarah Lawrence College, Meiselas went on to get her Master of the Arts degree in Visual Education from Harvard University (Magnum, 2014).
After spending her Christmas break of first semester touring London and Paris, she met Ted Hughes at a party on February 25th, 1956. Ted and Sylvia were married on June 16th, 1956 in London. She completed her year of study in 1957 and then sailed to the United States with Ted to become an English profes... ... middle of paper ... ...s Cited "Advanced Search Subscribe Start a New Subscription Give a Gift Subscription Renew a Subscription Online Edition Digital Edition by Zinio Academic/Institutional Subscriber Alert Current Issue Blogs NYRblog NYRgallery 50 Years Events Print Archive Classifieds Shop Illustrations Newsletters." On Sylvia Plath by Elizabeth Hardwick. N.p., n.d.
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Jasmine Dunn Dr. Swedan ENG-102 20 Oct. 2017 “The yellow Wallpaper” Charlotte Perkins Gilman was born in Hartford, Connecticut in1860. Her father the grandson and the nephew of Henry Ward Beecher and Harriet Beecher Stowe deserted his family shortly after her birth. During her lonely childhood, she tried to establish a relationship with him. (Gilman) After becoming a tutor and a brief stint at Rhode Island School of Design, she took a job designing post cards and began to write, publishing a short newspaper article in 1883. From 1889 to 1891, she edited the Pacific Monthly in Los Angeles, and during the 1890s she toured the nation lecturing on women rights.
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Agatha Christie- The Murder of Roger Ackroyd Agatha Christie (full name Agatha Mary Clarissa Miller) was born in Torquay, England on September fifth, 1890. Agatha's father's name was Fredrick Miller, he was an American, and her mother's name was Clarissa 'Clara' Miller. Agatha had an older brother named Monty and an older sister, Margret. Margret received a formal education while Clara decided against that path for Agatha. Agatha taught herself to read at five years of age and the rest of her education came from governesses, tutors, and French finishing schools.