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"I thought I'd seen them all; being in the business I'd seen so many models and actresses. But I'd never seen anyone with that tome of voice, that kindness, that real softness. If she saw a dead dog in the road, she'd cry. She was so supersensitive you had to watch your tone of voice all the time. Later I was to find out that she was schizoid - that she could be absolutely brilliant or absolutely kind, then, the total opposite." -Milton Greene
I was never jealous of Marilyn. Arthur was always jealous of Milton, which was interesting in a way. Arthur had another life. Why should he be jealous? I didn't need Marilyn, but she sure as hell needed Milton, and he needed her, because both of them were never the same after that. These two people should have been together through thick and thin. Nothing... nothing should have put them apart. I was smart enough to realize that, it would have been a whole other life for both of them." - Amy Greene
"All I did was believe in her. She was a marvelous, loving, wonderful person I don't think many understood." ~ Milton Greene
Life of Milton Greene: Milton Hawthorne Greene was born in New York in 1922 with a passion for photography. At the early age of 14 he began taking pictures. His first love of photography was for fashion photography. He received a scholarship to Pratt Institute to continue his love of photography. Shortly after that he sculptured himself into being a photojournalist and wizard of composition. He then began assisting Louise Dahl-Wolfe, distinguished fashion photographer known for her unique covers and pages in Harper’s Bazaar. By the age of 23 Milton Greene was known as “Color Photography’s Wonder Boy.”
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In the 1950 & 1960’s most of his work appeared in the big national magazines such as Life, Harpers Bazaar, Town & Country, Look and Vogue. Although he was known for his fashion photography, what he’s most remembered for are his photos of musicians, films, television, theatre, celebrities and famous artists. Some, if not most, of these photographs are known legendary. Milton was also a director which enabled part of the qualities he had to best personify the “real” person he was photographing. That helped to make his photo’s eloquent and unique, as he converted his remarkable vision into compelling art. Milton’s belief was that he wanted to capture people’s beauty, beauty in their heart and to show them in a natural - but elegant – way.
Milton photographed numerous celebrities including Marilyn Monroe, Marlene Dietrich, Cary Grant, Frank Sinatra, Grace Kelly, Sophia Loren, Audrey Hepburn, Andy Warhol and many many more. However, it was his unique friendship and partnership, and numerous photographs of Marilyn Monroe for which he is mostly remembered. Milton and Marilyn first met in 1952 while on assignment for Look Magazine. They quickly became close friends and eventually created their own film production company, producing the films Bus Stop & The Prince and the Showgirl. Marilyn even lived with the Greene’s at their Connecticut home. It was this time that Milton was able to capture many beautiful images of Marilyn showcasing her moods. They were close friends for almost 10 years, and Milton photographed countless sittings of Marilyn, one of his most memorable was the “Black Sitting”.
Marilyn also trusted Greene to tell her autobiography, titled “My Story”. Milton also worked with Norman Mailer on factual auto- biography called “Of Woman and Their Elegance”.
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