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Roddick - Malcolm Case-Green, 2005

5 October 2006

Roddick – Malcolm Case-Green, 2005
Photographer since 1982, EPUK member since 2002.

This portrait of Body Shop founder Anita Roddick was taken at her offices in Chichester for PR week.

She was being interviewed about her life, the building up of the Body Shop empire and her new publishing company. I caught this expression of her just as she looked out the window while searching for the answer to a question from the reporter. I like the lighting and expression on this shot and its overall simplicity.

Malcolm Case-Green started as a professional photographer in 1982 working for Surrey and South London Newspapers, and decided to go freelance in 1988.

Since then his clients have included PR Week, Canon, Marketing, GP Magazine and Farmers Weekly among others.

Photographer since 1982, EPUK member since 2002.

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