Neal Slavin (b.1941) is a world-respected photographer and film director. He has photographed celebrities such as Steven Spielberg, Harrison Ford and Barbra Streisand. In 1993 he was asked to produce the first official Christmas card of President and Mrs Clinton.
He is best known for his group portraits series, including Britons and When Two or More Are Gathered Together. His photographs can be found in institutions including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Centre Pompidou and the John Paul Getty Museum. Slavin has worked for most of the major magazines around the world including The New York Times Magazine, Rolling Stone and The Sunday Times Magazine (London). He lives in New York.
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