Elisabeth Biondi has been the visuals editor at The New Yorker for fifteen years almost to the day. It is with both heavy hearts and high hopes that we say auf Wiedersehen as she leaves the magazine and begins pursuing new curatorial endeavors. We asked several photographers with whom she worked closely to share a picture from their most memorable New Yorker shoot with Elisabeth.
When I showed Elisabeth the Robin Williams shoot, she loved it so much that she took the contact sheets from office to office showing them off to anyone in her path. If she doesn’t like something, you will find out immediately as well; it is less exciting. It is her enthusiasm for, love of, and strong opinions about photography that have inspired and pushed me to my limits. She has been a great mentor and I will miss working with her tremendously.
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