In honour of Bill Cunningham

Last week, June 25, 2021, marked the 5th anniversary of Bill Cunningham’s passing. In case you haven’t heard about him yet, he was an American photographer for the New York Times for almost 40 years. His style of work and philosophy was truly unprecedented and a turning point for the New York Times. Such an outstanding person as Bill Cunningham will never be gone or forgotten because of the legacy he left behind. Fortunately, filmmaker Richard Press and writer Philip Gefter of The New York Times produced a documentary ‘Bill Cunningham New York’ in 2010, telling Bill’s story. Recently, we watched this documentary and were inspired to write our reviews and impressions as a tribute to Bill. We invite you to read our takes on this documentary and watch it unless you haven’t already.

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