Terry Richardson

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Terrence Richardson

(1965-08-14) August 14, 1965 (age 53)
Alma mater
Occupation Fashion photographer
Years active1993–present
AgentArt Partner
Known forPhotography
Style Punk aesthetic, "amateur" aesthetic
Home town Hollywood and Ojai, California, U.S.
  • Nikki Uberti(m. 19961999)
  • Alexandra Bolotow(m. 2017)
Website www.terryrichardson.com

Terrence Richardson (born August 14, 1965) is an American fashion and portrait photographer. He has shot advertising campaigns for Marc Jacobs, Aldo, Supreme, Sisley, Tom Ford, and Yves Saint Laurent among others, and also done work for magazines such as Rolling Stone , GQ , Vogue , Vanity Fair , Harper's Bazaar , i-D , and Vice .

Fashion photography Genre of photography

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Marc Jacobs American fashion designer

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Since 2001, Richardson has been accused by multiple models of sexually assaulting and exploiting them during fashion shoots. [1] In 2017, brands and magazines that had worked with Richardson in the past began distancing themselves from him, and said they would no longer employ him. [2] In January 2018, it was reported that Richardson is under investigation by the New York City Police Department's Special Victims Squad in relation to multiple sexual assault allegations; this investigation is ongoing. [3]

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Early life

Richardson was born in New York City, the son of Norma Kessler, an actress, [4] [5] and Bob Richardson, a fashion photographer who struggled with schizophrenia and drug abuse. [6] Richardson's father was Irish Catholic and his mother is Jewish. [7] Following the divorce of his parents, Richardson moved to Woodstock, New York, with his mother and stepfather, English guitarist Jackie Lomax. [4] Richardson later moved to the Hollywood neighborhood of Los Angeles, where he attended Hollywood High School. [8] He moved with his mother to Ojai, California, where he attended Nordhoff High School, when he was 16. [9] Richardson originally wanted to be a punk rock musician rather than a photographer. [9] He played bass guitar in the punk rock band The Invisible Government for four years. [10] He played bass for a variety of other punk bands in Southern California including Signal Street Alcoholics (SSA), Doggy Style, Baby Fist and Middle Finger. [4] [11]

Robert George Richardson was an American fashion photographer. Richardson was born in Long Island, New York, to an Irish Catholic family. Originally a graphic designer in New York City, Richardson did not pick up a camera until age 35. His rise to fashion fame was swift, although not without some battle on his part:

Schizophrenia Mental disorder characterized by abnormal behavior and misinterpretation of reality

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Woodstock, New York Town in New York, United States

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Richardson's mother reportedly gave him his first snapshot camera in 1982, [9] which he used to document his life and the punk rock scene in Ojai. [9] In 1992, Richardson quit music and moved to the East Village neighborhood of New York City, where he began photographing young people partying and other nightlife. [12] It was in New York City that he had his first "big break." [11] His first published fashion photos appeared in Vibe in 1994. [12] [13] His Vibe spread was shown at Paris' International Festival de la Mode later that year. [11] Following the showing, Richardson shot an advertising campaign for fashion designer Katharine Hamnett's spring 1995 collection. [11] [12] The campaign was noted for images of young women wearing short skirts with their pubic hair showing. [11] [14]

Snapshot (photography) photography term

A snapshot is a photograph that is "shot" spontaneously and quickly, most often without artistic or journalistic intent.

Punk rock is a rock music genre that emerged in the mid-1970s in the United States, United Kingdom, and Australia. Rooted in 1960s garage rock and other forms of what is now known as "proto-punk" music, punk rock bands rejected perceived excesses of mainstream 1970s rock. They typically produced short, fast-paced songs with hard-edged melodies and singing styles, stripped-down instrumentation, and often political, anti-establishment lyrics. Punk embraces a DIY ethic; many bands self-produce recordings and distribute them through independent record labels.

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Richardson (right) with Courtney Love attending New York Fashion Week in 2011 Courtney Love and Terry Richardson.jpg
Richardson (right) with Courtney Love attending New York Fashion Week in 2011

Richardson then moved to London [12] and worked for the magazines The Face , i-D and Arena. [12]

London Capital of the United Kingdom

London is the capital of and largest city in England and the United Kingdom, with the largest municipal population in the European Union. Standing on the River Thames in the south-east of England, at the head of its 50-mile (80 km) estuary leading to the North Sea, London has been a major settlement for two millennia. Londinium was founded by the Romans. The City of London, London's ancient core − an area of just 1.12 square miles (2.9 km2) and colloquially known as the Square Mile − retains boundaries that follow closely its medieval limits. The City of Westminster is also an Inner London borough holding city status. Greater London is governed by the Mayor of London and the London Assembly.

<i>The Face</i> (magazine) magazine

The Face was a British music, fashion and culture monthly magazine published from 1980 to 2004 and launched in May 1980 in London by Nick Logan, the British journalist who had previously been editor of New Musical Express and Smash Hits.

<i>i-D</i> British magazine

i-D is a British bimonthly magazine dedicated to fashion, music, art and youth culture. i-D was founded by designer and former Vogue art director Terry Jones in 1980. The first issue was published in the form of a hand-stapled fanzine with text produced on a typewriter. Over the years the magazine evolved into a mature glossy but it has kept street style and youth culture central.

Throughout his career, Richardson has shot the campaigns of fashion brands and designers such as: Marc Jacobs, Aldo, Supreme, Sisley, Tom Ford, and Yves Saint Laurent. He has also worked for magazines such as Rolling Stone , GQ , Vogue , Vanity Fair , and Harper's Bazaar. [1]

Yves Saint Laurent (brand) French fashion house

Yves Saint Laurent SAS, also known as Saint Laurent, is a French luxury fashion house founded by Yves Saint Laurent and his partner, Pierre Bergé. The company revived its haute couture collection in 2015 under former Creative Director Hedi Slimane. In April 2016, Anthony Vaccarello was appointed as the Creative Director.

<i>Rolling Stone</i> American magazine focusing on popular culture, based in New York City

Rolling Stone is an American monthly magazine that focuses on popular culture. It was founded in San Francisco, California in 1967 by Jann Wenner, who is still the magazine's publisher, and music critic Ralph J. Gleason, which became famous for its coverage of rock music, and for political reporting by authors such as Hunter S. Thompson. In the 1990s, the magazine broadened and shifted its focus to a younger readership interested in youth-oriented television shows, film actors, and popular music. In recent years, it has resumed its traditional mix of content.

<i>GQ</i> American magazine

GQ is an international monthly men's magazine based in New York City and founded in 1931. The publication focuses on fashion, style, and culture for men, though articles on food, movies, fitness, sex, music, travel, sports, technology, and books are also featured.

Richardson has produced several campaigns for Diesel, including the 'Global Warming Ready' which won a Silver Lion for Print at Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival in 2007. [15] He has produced several private portraits for the company's founder, Renzo Rosso. In September 2011, they hosted a mutual book launch together with fashion editor Carine Roitfeld, at Colette in Paris. [16]

In 2012 Richardson embarked on his first solo exhibition at Los Angeles's OHWOW Gallery, titled Terrywood. [17] In May 2012, a video of model Kate Upton performing the Cat Daddy dance for Richardson in his studio went viral. In December 2012, Lady Gaga announced that Richardson was filming a documentary about her life. Vice co-founder Gavin McInnes defended Richardson in 2004, saying his work was criticized by "first-year feminist types." [18]

Richardson held his first gallery showing in 1998. [19] The show, entitled These Colors Don't Run and held at Alleged Gallery, coincided with the release of his first book entitled Hysteric Glamour. [19] His work was later included in another show entitled Smile at Alleged Gallery. [20] Richardson had his first Paris show at Galarie Emmanuel Perrotin in 1999. [21] Richardson's "Feared by Men Desired by Women" was shown at an exhibition at London's Shine Gallery the following year. [22]

Terryworld, an exhibition of Richardson's work of the name, was shown in 2004 at Deitch Gallery in New York City. [11] [23] The Orange County Museum of Art showed Richardson's work as part of a group show entitled Beautiful Losers in 2005. [24] Mom + Dad, a show exhibiting work from Richardson's book of the same name, was held at Half Gallery in New York City in 2011. [25] [26] The same year, photographs from Richardson's book Hong Kong were shown at Art Hong Kong. [27] Richardson's work was later shown at Los Angeles's OHWOW Gallery. [28] The exhibition was titled Terrywood and ran from February 24 to March 31, 2012. [17]

Music videos

Richardson has directed music videos since the late 1990s. [13] He directed videos for Death in Vegas and Primal Scream as well as alternate music video of the song "Find a New Way" by the band Young Love and Whirlwind Heat's "Purple" featuring models Susan Eldridge and Charlotte Kemp Muhl. [13] [29] He directed the music video for "Red Lips" by Sky Ferreira. [30] He also makes a cameo appearance in Thirty Seconds to Mars's video for "Hurricane". [31] The music video for "Oldie" by Odd Future was recorded during a photoshoot with Richardson and was published on March 20, 2012. Richardson can be seen in the video snapping photos of the collective while they party and play in front of a large white backdrop. On August 29, 2013, he directed Beyoncé in a music video at Coney Island for her single "XO". He also directed "Wrecking Ball" by Miley Cyrus. [32] In late 2013 Richardson did the treatment on the music video for "Do What U Want" by Lady Gaga and R. Kelly from her third studio album titled Artpop , but the film was never released. On August 21, 2017, Richardson directed the Anitta music video, "Vai Malandra", at Vidigal (Rio de Janeiro).


There are several repeating themes in Richardson's work, notably that of putting high-profile celebrities in mundane situations and photographing them using traditionally pedestrian methods, such as the use of an instant camera. [33] His work also explores ideas of sexuality, with many of the pieces featured in his books Kibosh and Terryworld depicting full-frontal nudity and both simulated and actual sexual acts. [34] Initially, many of Richardson's subjects would be shot before a white background but he eventually expanded to other backdrops. [35] He is also known for posing with his subjects, often giving them his trademark glasses so they may "pretend to be him" or, in the case of actress Chloë Sevigny, posing them in makeup and costume so that they look like him. [36] Richardson counts Larry Clark, Nan Goldin, Diane Arbus and Robert Frank as early influences on his artistic style. [12] His work has been praised by Helmut Newton. [37]

Richardson described his style as, "Trying to capture those unpremeditated moments when people's sexualities come up to the surface." [38]

Richardson is also known for his nonsexual portraiture. He has taken portraits of a wide variety of celebrities and politicians. [34] [39] [40] [41] [42]


Charity work

In 2010, Richardson became involved with RxArt, a charity that donates art to children's hospitals. [44] [45] [46]

Personal life

Richardson was married to model Nikki Uberti from 1996 to 1999. [47] [48] Richardson dated political staffer and business woman, Audrey Gelman from 2011 until 2013. [49] [50]

He started dating his long-time photography assistant, Alexandra "Skinny" Bolotow in 2014. [51] On March 19, 2016, Bolotow gave birth to twin boys. [52] [43] He has said it was "the most intense, inspiring, exhilerating[ sic ], and humbling experience of my life." [53] The couple married in 2017 in Taos, New Mexico. [54]

Sexual misconduct allegations

Starting in 2001, [55] Richardson has been accused repeatedly of using his influence in the fashion industry to sexually assault or exploit models during photo shoots, including coercing them to engage in sexual acts with him. [1] [56] [57] Models with whom he has worked, including Rie Rasmussen, Jamie Peck, Minerva Portillo, Caron Bernstein, Lindsay Jones, and Charlotte Waters, have accused Richardson of inappropriate sexual behavior and exploitation of young female models. [1] [56] [58] [59] [60] [61] [3]

In a 2010 interview at French Institute Alliance Française, Marc Jacobs said that Richardson is "not ill-spirited". [62] [63] Richardson published a letter in 2014 in The Huffington Post defending himself against the accusations. [64] [65] Richardson said that the allegations are false and that he considers himself "considerate and respectful" of his photography subjects. [66] Models including Noot Seear, Daisy Lowe, and Charlotte Free have defended him. [67] [68] [69]

In 2013, a petition was launched on Change.org, urging brands to stop working with Richardson. It documents many of the allegations against him up to that point and links to numerous examples of hardcore pornography arising from fashion shoots that he had tried to remove from the internet in the wake of controversy. As of June 2018, the petition has over 45,000 signatures. [70] [71]

In 2017, due to numerous allegations of Richardson's sexual misconduct, many fashion brands and fashion magazines decided to no longer commission his work, including Valentino, Bulgari, and the Condé Nast magazines: Vogue, Glamour, Wired,Vanity Fair, and GQ. [55] [64] [65]

In early January 2018, it was reported that Richardson is under investigation by the New York City Police Department's Special Victims Squad in relation to multiple sexual assault allegations. [3]

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