American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Informal One who uses the techniques of advertising or public relations to create a favorable view, as of a person or institution.
“You can be stubborn and go after an image, but I'm not an image-maker; I'm a dressmaker.”
“Toward the end of Herb Ritts: The Golden Hour, an oral history that traces the life and career of the late photographer, we are treated to a piece of wisdom from another famous image-maker who died in the past decade, Helmut Newton.”
“His skills as an image-maker are highly stylized, imbuing unthinkable horror with a disturbing poetry that makes the most overplayed plot points in the genre feel charged with vitality.”
“Clooney's image-maker PR guy, played by Ryan Gosling, is an idealist, a true believer in Clooney's governor character.”
“By now we know that Gosling's image-maker character is something of an idiot.”
“Picasso the peacenik, propagandist, image-maker, figurehead: it is easy to find political passion in the life.”
“Mr. Gross earned his reputation as a celebrity image-maker, with pictures that graced the covers of albums by Whitney Houston and Lou Reed.”
“Though Garry Gross earned his reputation as a celebrity image-maker – his pictures graced the covers of albums by Whitney Houston and Lou Reed – in 2002 he switched careers and became certified as a dog trainer.”
“In the new images, Burtynsky has crafted something beautiful out of the tragedy -- unsurprising stuff from this veteran image-maker.”
“- Source: US to use Web 2.0 to win “war of ideas”: US image-maker, AFP (France), Dec. 2, 2008 — Summarized by Religion News Blog”
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