The first part of an article title ‘Dawn Chorus’ from New Kamera No.1 (1969) and featuring Dawn Grayson in long blonde wig. The photo’s from this article were shot by GHM on the ‘Hollywood’ set at Lily Place Studios in 1964 and include the very familiar long transparent dressing gown. Dawn’s alias when wearing the long blonde wig was Liza Martelle, another made up name by GHM!
My 50th Dawn Grayson post as well, in case your interested 🙂
Another cracker from the John W archive, this time June from the back page of Laugh Digest (August 1969) being all coy and modest as she poses kneeling on a dressing table. The strap line says ‘Instant Fun’, but looking like that certainly gets an instant reaction 🙂
Ann Walker double page spread from Carnival Magazine (March 1968), nice tights and hot pants!
Dawn Grayson on the back page of Mayfair Magazine Vol.1 No.3 (November 1966) helping to advertise the December 1966 edition for the bargain price of five shillings.
Here’s a new one to me from the pages of Mayfair Magazine Vol.1 No.4 (December 1966) a line up of well know 1960’s models. Unless I am mistaken from left to right we have Lee Southern (Grace Jackson), Dawn Grayson, Teri Martine, Unknown, Bobby Shaw and finally Annette Johnson. Sorry I can’t place the lovely in red, but she looks familiar, but not a regular on here, anyone put me out of my misery and name her?
Thanks must go to Dasduffer over on VEF for scanning and sharing this, along with some new Dawn Grayson and Teri Martine material from early Mayfair issues, which I hope to share here soon.
Teri Martine from the pages of Carnival Magazine (September 1968) posing in and around the grounds and gardens of Ewhurst Manor. The car Teri is posing on also belonged to the Cliffords who owned Ewhurst and it has appeared in more than one photo shoot for various photogs including Harrison Marks.
June posing with long negligee draped down exposing those wonderful breasts for Fiesta Magazine Vol.1 No.7 (September 1967).
Dawn Grayson nude in the kitchen and posing for Ed Alexander for his book of English Beauties (1964). As Ed himself says, when photographing the nude indoors, a change from plain studio backgrounds can sometimes be made by using the average home as a setting, as long as the setting doesn’t detract away from the model. Trust me, my eyes are firmly focussed on the model here!