Margaret Courtney-Clarke

In her thirty years as a photographer, Margaret Courtney-Clarke has produced countless magazine stories and seven books. Born in Namibia in Southern Africa she has focused much of her work on African people, architecture, and landscapes. She first met Maya Angelou while working on African Canvas: The Art of West African Women (1987), for which Dr. Angelou wrote the foreword. Courtney-Clarke and Dr. Angelou later collaborated on the children's books My Painted House, My Friendly Chicken, and Me...See more

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