#1 - Flo Fox (b. 1945) with Gigi Stoll outside Marge Neikrug's Gallery, NYC 1991.
"Her humorous, gritty images have appeared in LIFE Magazine, and been exhibited in Paris, London, and Barcelona. A limited edition book, Asphalt Gardens, was published in 1981, and in the early 80s, she had her own slot on A&E, The Foto-Flo Show.
Around that time, Fox was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. Already blind in one eye, it reduced sight in the other to blurs and shadows. But if outward sight has failed, her inner compass is strong. She is stylish, chipper and delightful, the center of attention in a large and ever-growing group of friends." ©C Kirkpatrick
"The most important thing about photography is that just one push of the button can capture history and memories to hold onto forever. " Flo Fox http://flofox.com/