Marco Grob’s TIME 100 Portraits

Marco Grob for TIME
Marco Grob for TIME
Bill Clinton
March 25 2010, New York

To Photograph the cover subjects for the 2010 TIME 100, Marco Grob and his team traveled 34,381 miles to seven cities over six weeks and enlisted 22 pairs of helping hands. What’s it like  telling the worlds most influential people to smile for the camera? ” Amazing”, says Grob.” I had to pinch myself.”

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