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From rockers to roses, portrait photographer Lynn Goldsmith's work has appeared on and between the covers of Life, Newsweek, Time, Rolling Stone, Sports Illustrated, People, Elle, Interview and dozens more. Her subjects have varied from entertainment personalities to sports stars, from film directors to authors, from the extra-ordinary to the ordinary man on the street. 

She is the youngest member ever to be inducted into the DGA (Director's Guild of America). In 1972, she was a director for the first rock show on network television, called ABC's "In Concert". In 1973, Lynn directed "We're An American Band", the first music documentary to be released as a theatrical short. In the mid-seventies, Lynn stopped her directing to concentrate more fully on photography. 

Through the years, she has produced seven photographic books. Last year, she released "Springsteen: Access All Areas" - a photo journalistic diary of the Boss's 1978 "Darkness On The Edge Of Town" Tour; and "Flower" a post modernist ode to blossoms. 

"I started photographing flowers about ten years ago," Lynn says "When I turned 40, I bought a house in Woodstock, NY and planted a garden. When that first flower came up, I was so excited and the light was so beautiful, I photographed it. I got an immense sense of pleasure out of it, like in the beginning when I started taking pictures and it wasn't work yet." / Issue 13 - September 7154
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