Louise Worth – Kamera No.80 (1967)

Louise Worth sat posing on a four poster bed from Kamera No.80 P31 (1967) by Harrison Marks. I thought the four poster bed was a set, but I’m not so sure it wasn’t a bedroom at Ewhurst Manor, as it seems to appear in other shoots?

Julie – A Floral View (1958)

Another visually stunning shot of the seductive Julie (Shearing) from Solo No.4 (1958) by Harrison Marks. There is something about the make-up and highlights in the hair that give her a Cruella de Vil sort of look 🙂

It’s Curtains for Lorraine (1958)

Lorraine Burnett posing on the bed in GHM’s flat for Solo No.2 P15 (1958). Posing on the bed in front of those (Pink) curtains Lorraine’s bosom looks larger than normal in this shot.

A Netted Julie (1958)

The visually stunning and equally seductive Julie (Shearing) from Solo No.4 (1958) by Harrison Marks. Julie has to be one of the most exotic looking models that posed for GHM, even though she originated from London and this set of her is no exception. I love the use of the fishing net and once again she’s wearing a set of big earrings, which seems to be part of her signature look. Shots from this same set also appeared in later GHM publications such as Kamera no.7 and Kamera No.40.

Études Moderne by Harrison Marks (1950’s)

The cover of Études Moderne by Harrison Marks (1950’s) featuring Pamela Green with short dark hair. This was an early GHM publication featuring 32 pages of nude studies, mostly Pamela Green as herself with short dark hair, blonde or as Rita Landre, but with the odd other model interspersed amongst the Pam shots. Thanks to Firebird Records for a copy of this fantastic early Harrison Marks publication

Annlyse & Dorte – Solo No.19 (1961)

Two individual shots of Annlyse and Dorte from Solo No.19 (1961) by Harrison Marks, dedicated entirely to this Danish duo, who were over on holiday and noticed by GHM.