At 21, after graduating from Iowa State University, Don Honeyman (1919-2011) joined American Vogue's studio. He moved to London in 1958 and worked extensively with Vogue until 1963 when he moved very successfully into advertising photography. He and his colleague Henry Clarke were the only two photographers to have a contract with all three Vogues simultaneously. He had a distinguished career as a photographer in the war against Japan but is also well-known for his accomplished fashion photography. He was married to the writer and biographer Gitta Sereny.
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