American Masters

Filmmaker Timothy Greenfield-Sanders: The Women's List

Clip: 09/25/2015 | 3m 53s

Photographer-filmmaker Timothy Greenfield Sanders uses a large format Deardorff camera and shoots just six to eight frames for his portraits. For the women in The Women's List, he has created 15 portraits that are distinct, but also flow together. The portrait sitting and filmed interviews take place in his studio, which is also his home, allowing for a warmer atmosphere in which to relax.

Aired: 09/25/15

Rating: TV-14

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