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Ross Lewis (photographer)

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Residence  Jacksonville, Florida
Role  Photographer
Name  Ross Lewis
Nationality  American

Born  1943Passaic, New Jersey

Occupation  Fine arts photographer

Ross Bennett Lewis (born 1943) is an American photographer known for his work recording the players and events of the National Football League between 1973 and 1994, but also for his independent work during and afterwards which covers cityscapes/ architecture, coastlines, and portraiture in both black-and-white and vivid color formats.

From 1963 to 1973 Lewis served as an associate director of nightly news broadcasts for WCBS-TV, New York before becoming a photographer for the NFL as well as for a number of Fortune 500 companies.

His collection of portraits include such individuals as Paul Cadmus, Quentin Crisp, Willem Dafoe, and Whoopi Goldberg. His images of barbed wire have been described as containing "grim" and "sinister" elements.


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