A photographic portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, from her first official photograph as a baby in 1926 to the present day. It captures the Queen in a variety of poses, from formal photographs as a working monarch, to intimate portraits relaxing with her family at Balmoral and Windsor; as well as a specially arranged sitting by Lord Snowdon for the book’s release.
I authored the introductory essay “Who is the Queen? The Role of Photography in Defining a Monarch”
I also curated an exhibition of the same title from the Camera Press archives which coincided with the book’s launch and was on show at Proud Central in London.