Gerry Brown posing on her knees bent over a coffee table in the living room of Harrison Marks flat, with one of the many ceramic cats on view below the table. This comes from Kamera No.87 P14 (1968) and another model that appeared in the later publications of the late 1960’s and early 1970’s. I love Gerry’s body and tits, but facially not one of the most beautiful models to appear for GHM, but hey who’s looking at the face 🙂
The curves and dips of the figure of Bea Bea Chu-Chu by Harrison Marks taken in 1961 and if you look very closely there’s just a hint of bush sticking out! Thanks to Kevin for this original image of Bea Bea, whom may well have been French!
Two originally sourced shots of Pamela Green and Marie Deveraux posing in the conservatory by Harrison Marks. Taken in the late 1950’s the colour version shows Pam with red/ginger short hair before her blonde period, with both shots given a front and back view of each. They seem to be taken in the same location as similar early Pam and June Simpson shots, so location would be Pam’s parents house in Kent. The top shot comes from a scan by Kevin and the bottom colour shot comes from a colour Pamar slide sent by Jeff, so thanks to both for these great shots.
An original image of Tina Graham (Christine Carter) posing for Harrison Marks on a beach set I’ve seen used with other models, such as Ann Walker. Tina was the name that GHM gave Christine when she posed for Kamera, but as a model she was more well known as Christine (Chris) Carter and later as Chris Williams, as she married glamour photographer Ken Williams.
Jean Sporle (Spaul) in a sheer little black baby doll by Harrison Marks published Pin-Up No.6 (June 1957). Jean modelled for GHM on various occasions and also ended up working for him and Pamela Green in the offices at Gerrard Street. She originally was only looking for non-nude modelling work, but that soon changed after meeting Harrison Marks!