The actor George Segal died Tuesday. He was one of my favorite subjects. Almost the same age (I was 6 months older), both born in NYC of Jewish ancestry, neither of us had a Bar Mitzvah. When he went to the iconic clothier Morty Sills for his first bespoke Tuxedo, I, too, became a customer.Continue reading “George Segal”
I am reminded of my photo of this lady from Myanmar when reading today of how women “rise as the true warriors” against Myanmar Generals. Three young women were shot in the head Wednesday, along with three children killed over the past month. Young women are leading the protests “because we have a maternal natureContinue reading “Lady from Myanmar”
So much had already been reported about the feud between cardiologists DeBakey & Cooley. Nevertheless, in 1977, when I relocated to Houston, I wanted to somehow include them in a picture story commissioned by LIFE titled “My Adopted City.”My idea was to photograph each surgeons hands and have them on opposite sides of a 2Continue reading “Getting the shot!”
Andrew Dansby of the Houston Chronicle published a well written review of the documentary, also touching on the the image controversy regarding the iconic picture of Cassius Clay and Malcolm X. https://preview.houstonchronicle.com/movies-tv/houston-photographer-s-work-endures-from-life-15909432
One Night in Miami is a movie streaming on Amazon Prime. The film, directed Regina King, is a fictional account based on a true story of the events after Cassius Clay defeated Sonny Liston in February 1964 in Miami. As you can see in the images above, the movie is based on an actual photographContinue reading “Who did it better?”
How we miss traveling! Almost one year ago, the Timkat festival- a celebration of the Epiphany- Lalibela, Ethiopia.
The funeral of John F.Kennedy. Bob made this photo 57 years ago today as the procession left the Capitol.
The BBC asked Bob for an interview for a story they are doing on Mohammed Ali. They shot the interview at Bob’s house with a local crew while the director called the shots live over remote video conferencing from the UK. Photo by Sandy Gomel