THE PhotoGrapher

June 27, 1921 – December 30, 2013

John Dominis passed away peacefully on December 30, 2013. By his side was his partner of more than three decades, artist Evelyn Floret. The renowned photo-journalist passed away at their home following complications from emergency bypass surgery a year earlier.

This website has been set up by Evelyn Floret, at the suggestion of Mike Maple. It is here so that his friends and admirers can sign his guestbook and share their memories of this extraordinary man. He may be remembered through his prolific work, which may be found through the links on the Contributions and Obituaries page(s).

Please use the “Comments” section below, to share your thoughts/post comments about John. The notes posted here prior to his passing were most meaningful to him and those posted now are meaningful to those who were close to him.


John Dominis - The Portrait by Evelyn Floret

John Dominis : Portrait by Evelyn Floret


John was a great inspiration to many in the creative community. If you count yourself among them and care to share a link to your website, John would be proud to offer a link to it from this site. Photos may be manually added in your guestbook message by the administrator if you would please send them as email attachments to Evelyn at “evelynfloret@gmail.com”. Please also use that email address, should you have any other problem posting to this website.

Thank you for your support.

                                                     
 

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  • Skip Brown

    Fri, 9 November 2012 19:21:28 +0000

    I haven’t seen John in quite a few years, but I remember him well when we both were assigned to cover President Nixon’s visit to China in 1972. John was then, and is now, one of the best photographers of our time. His work for Life then and during that trip, and the pleasure of being in his company stay with me to this day. His picture of Mrs. Nixon’s visit to the Beijing Zoo to see the Pandas, with myself, working as a CBS News cameraman with Walter Cronkite, and his producer, Ed Fouhy and other journalists from that historic visit have an honored

    place on my office wall at home. I just wish the best for John and his complete recovery

  • Dick Swanson

    Fri, 9 November 2012 19:07:41 +0000

    hey john…i think of you every morning…the big cat in the tree with the kill hangs in my bathroom….:>)

    truly, tho, we all wish you a speedy recovery (and that will happen as soon as you leave the hospital)

    we all love you…dickiedo

  • David Burnett

    Fri, 9 November 2012 15:57:15 +0000

    Well, John, I have to say that I think we all would like to imagine ourselves looking as great as you do in the photograph at the top of this page. I mean, truly, THAT is what a photojournalist aspires to be: confident, able to SEE, able to move into action once you SEE what youre looking for, and make those pictures which tell the story. The guy in that portrait looks, to me like someone I’d be happy to send on any assignment, any place. I’m personally happy to have been sent out a few times by you (in the PEOPLE era) along the way. Meanwhile, there is great joy in just browsing the old magazines and seeing great photography on a big printed page, and so much of it was yours. All that is well and good, of course, but mostly, I wanted to tell you that you make a helluva capuccino,and that i wish you a speedy out of the hospital so you can once again take up the reins on your espresso machine. Just know you are loved and admired by a lot of people, both in and out of the photo world
    David B