An assortment of unknown models photographed by Harrison Marks and appearing in different publications more than once!
Kamera Special No.2 (1958)
This oriental model appears in numerous early glamour publications including Kamera Special No.2 & Model No.14, but who is she?
Finally an unknown model sent through from Phil D, no idea where it came from or who she is, but a cracking figure and bosom on display, so would love to find out more?
I’ll add them to the unknown models page
, which is growing bigger and bigger, but if you can ID any of them leave a comment.
Appearing throughout Kamera No.88 (1968) is this perky young model that as of yet is unnamed, but still worth sharing. Especially for those that like the perkier pair this is a great model, although not convinced she’s not wearing a wig in this shot?
Another fantastic shot of this curvy unknown model taken by Harrison Marks and taken from the same set as this colour shot
of the same model. I think those pink curtains certainly look better in black and white for sure, if not the model.
I’ve made some updates to the unknown models page and added this redhead beauty to the list, until such time that someone identifies her.
Sometimes when you see an image you just have to post it and this is one of those shots! This wonderfully posed shot of Cindy Neal popped into my inbox last night from Terry and I love it and the little story attached, which will make the title of this post clearer 🙂
One of Terry’s original transparencies, he worked with Cindy several times and also used her flat as a location. It was situated off Regents Park and decorated in a slightly Eastern style, which was useful as it was just up the road from Terry’s studio in Great Portland Street. Another bit of useless information, her real name was Margo, but Terry never did find out about her surname.
So there you go Cindy was a Margo, which makes me laugh as I always associate the name Margo with Penelope Keith from the TV series ‘The Good Life’, hence the subtle title to the post! Enjoy the shot of Cindy/Margo and thanks Terry for a fantastic little shot.