World renowned photographer Howard L. Bingham will participate in a live Internet chat on the International Cinematographers Guild's (ICG) website at www.cameraguild.com on Saturday, June 25, at 10:00 a.m. (PST). The monthly Internet chats are a popular forum sponsored by ICG for its 6,000 nation-wide members, students, journalists, photographers, and other filmmakers and fans around the world.
Bingham worked on such television shows as I Spy and The Bill Cosby Show, as well as feature films including The Candidate, All The President's Men, The Electric Horseman and Ghost Dad. As a photographer for Life, Look, Time, Newsweek, Sports Illustrated, People, Ebony and other international magazines, Bingham has documented many historic events and the some of the most vibrant personalities of contemporary times, including Muhammad Ali, Martin Luther King, Jr., Robert Kennedy, Gerald Ford, Michael Jackson and his brothers, The Dali Lama, Elvis Presley, The Beatles, Bill Clinton, Billy Graham, Nelson Mandela and many countless movie stars.
His book Muhammad Ali: A 30-Year Journey chronicles the life and career of one of the 20th century's most influential personalities. The Rochester Institute of Technology offers a scholarship in his name to a deserving minority photography student. The Watt's Labor Community Action Committee is planning a media center in his name for the purpose of teaching photography to young people who live in South Los Angeles.
Howard Bingham Chats Live on June 25
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