Silver-based photo plug on HBO's Six Feet Under

Discussion in 'Photographers' started by Jeffrey A. Steinberg, Aug 22, 2005.

  1. Jeffrey A. Steinberg

    Jeffrey A. Steinberg Member

    Jan 11, 2004
    Scarsdale, N
    For those that follow the "sophisticated" soap opera that is "Six Feet Under" on HBO, I am not talking about the Pentax K-1000 Claire uses at the end of the show (sorry to see her use a digital camera for the bedroom pics)

    But read this fictional obituary on the HBO.COM site:

    The link is:

    Claire Simone Fisher
    1983 - 2085

    Born March 13, 1983. Died February 11, 2085 in Manhattan. Claire grew up in Los Angeles and studied art at LAC-Arts College. She worked as an advertising and fashion photographer and photojournalist for nearly fifty years, creating several memorable covers for Washington Post magazine, W, and The Face. Claire often exhibited her work in New York and London art galleries and in a time when nearly everyone else in her field had turned to digital scanning and computer-driven imaging, she continued to use a silver-based photographic process. Claire began teaching photography as a faculty member at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts in 2018, earning tenure in 2028. She's pre-deceased by her beloved husband Ted Fairwell.