Fred W. McDarrah
Fred W. McDarrah is considered one of the essential chroniclers of alternative New York from the days of the Beats through the 1970s. As the first on-staff photographer for the Village Voice, he was one of the first professionals to photograph artists such as Bob Dylan and Jack Kerouac. McDarrah received a Guggenheim Fellowship for his work in 1972. He died in 2007 in Greenwich Village.