DEVELOP is pleased to bring you the full length feature film on the 1960s photographer Duffy. Courtesy Chris Duffy.

Duffy together with David Bailey and Terence Donovan is recognized as one of the innovators of “documentary” fashion photography, a style which revolutionized fashion imagery and furthermore the fashion industry. So influential were their images that in 1962 the Sunday Times dubbed Duffy, Bailey & Donovan the “Terrible Trio” and Norman Parkinson further added to their notoriety by naming them “The Black Trinity”. Together they dominated the London photographic scene, constantly pushing each other to new heights. Even socially they would spend many hours together talking, living and breathing photography.

In the 1970s DUFFY suddenly disappeared from view and burned all his negatives. Filmed on the eve of the first-ever exhibition of his work, Duffy agrees to talk about his life, his work and why he made it all go up in flames.

http://www.duffyphotographer.com/

http://www.guardian.co.uk/artanddesign/gallery/2009/sep/28/brian-duffy-photography-exhibition

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