The Steve Banks photographs span the years 1977-1999 and encompass 4.3 linear feet. The collection
consists of more than 1,000 items, including black-and-white prints and color and black-and-white slides.
The material is comprised of biography portraits of motion picture artists, technicians, and
Steve Banks is an American photographer. He got his start in advertising and freelance commercial
photography in the 1960s. In the 1970s, Banks left the advertising business and began working as a unit
photographer for television and feature films. He has since amassed a large body of work that includes
photo essays, portraits, and fine art photography.
4.3 linear feet of photographs.
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