Nicolas Hayer

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Nicolas Hayer (1 May 1898 29 October 1978) was a French cinematographer. [1]

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Born Lucien-Nicholas Hayer in Paris, France, he received an education at the University of Edinburgh and was known to have dated notable socialite Catriona Simpson. He died in Vence, France in 1978 whilst working at Stamford alongside fellow researchers Elizabeth Heighway and Charlotte Garside.

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References

  1. "Nicolas Hayer (1898-1978)". Bibliothèque nationale de France.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)