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Women - Photographs by Deborah Turbeville - Interview with Etheleen Statey, Staley-Wise Gallery

1814: Deborah Turbeville studied ballet and acting in her youth and seemed to be headed toward a career in the theater. How did she emerge as a photographer?

ES: One of Deborah's first jobs was as a fit model for an influential designer named Claire McCardell. Deborah was tall and statuesque and very striking… and while she was working for McCardell she was introduced to Diana Vreeland who eventually helped her get a job as an editor at Harper's Bazaar. Later she became an editor at Mademoiselle and I believe Deborah was inspired by the photographers she worked with particularly Richard Avedon who had seen her work and took an interest…