An interview with Jim Sugar


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An interview with Jim Sugar

Photography was something that from an early age it felt right to me, and more importantly it made me happy. And one of the very, very earliest pictures that I shot got published in the New York Times Sunday Book Review, and the Times paid me the princely sum of $25, which at that time was a fortune, and that was a great experience. And I also had a chance to photograph William Manchester, who at that time was writing Death of a President about John F. Kennedy who had been assassinated about two years earlier, and those pictures got published.

So I learned very early on, A, that I was good at photography and I shot nice pictures and that there was a market to do the kind of work that I did. Even though I was living in a relatively small place like Middletown, but it was halfway between Boston and New York. And so I made a lot of weekend trips back and forth between Boston and New York. Fairly early on during a geographic story I had a chance to meet the man who I consider to be the smart...

An interview with Jim Sugar
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