Gordon Munro has been one of the top fashion and portrait photographers for decades. I was fortunate enough to work for him during the early 1980s, the heyday of fashion, when the first supermodels led my Janice Dickensen, Christie Brinkley, and Iman graced the covers of every fashion magazine. Gordon's studio was special. So many of the fashion studios seemed like an extension of Studio 54. Yes, those photographers did take great pictures but at Gordon's you felt you were in a real, professional workplace. In the other studios you partied.  At Gordon's it felt like home.  Great work got done but it was also a comfortable place to spend the day.  You could see it in the behavior of the models.  They worked hard for Gordon.  They respected his craft.  They respected him as a person. It was the place where I first became a dance photographer but it was so much more than that. I learned how to run my business there. I learned how to be a professional.