Antony Charles Robert Armstrong-Jones, [Lord Snowdon] photographer and film maker. 

In the early 1960s, Armstrong-Jones became the artistic adviser of the Sunday Times magazine, and by the 1970’s had established himself as one of Britain’s most respected photographers. Though his work includes everything from fashion photography to documentary images of inner city life and the mentally ill, he is best known for his portraits of world notables (the National Portrait Gallery has more than 100 Snowdon portraits in its collection), many of them published in Vogue, Vanity Fair, and The Daily Telegraph magazine.