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Hurricane Sandy Transforms Photographer's Archive Into Psychedelic Works Of Art

AN ARCHIVE of iconic news photographs thought destroyed by Hurricane Sandy have been salvaged - and turned into works of art. Randy Taylor, 59, lost more than 30 years worth of work covering some of the biggest stories of the 20th Century when his storage facility was flooded. But the Pulitzer Prize nominee salvaged a fraction of it by dipping them in alcohol - resulting in them taking on a new psychedelic form. Randy, from New York, USA, enjoyed an amazing career that began with him photographing a shootout outside the Iraqi embassy in Paris in 1978. Some of his other photographs include a photo of a soldier standing guard over Wall Street after the 9/11 terrorist attacks and a pregnant Princess Diana walking along a beach in the Bahamas. For more information on the exhibition, please follow this link: Videographer / Director: Randy Taylor / Ruaridh Connellan Producer: Samantha Grillo / Nick Johnson Editor: Kyle Waters

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