Karen Knorr

By May 16, 2017 Blog, Interviews, PhotoChat, Photography

Cover Image © Karen Knorr

Some years ago, I was mooching through a second-hand bookshop when I came across Marks of Distinction by Karen Knorr. It was so different from any other photography book I’d seen, that I was at once intrigued and impressed. I’ve been a fan ever since, so I was delighted when Karen agreed to fit an interview with Capital Interest into her frighteningly hectic schedule.

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This interview was originally published in Capital Interest (ezine for The London Region of the Royal Photographic Society)