Mellon Tytell

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Mellon Tytell (born 1945) is an American photographer.[1] She has been published in National Geographic, Time, Life, People, Stern, GEO, Fortune, Playboy and Photo.[2]

Published works[edit]

  • The Beat Book Contributed photographs. (Mulch Press, 1974)
  • Ecstasy Contributed photographic narrative. (Playboy Press, 1976)
  • The Houdini of Photography Article on photographer Weegee (Camera Arts Magazine, 1981)
  • Scopophilia, edited by Gerard Malanga Illustrated interview. (Alfred Van Der Marck, 1986)
  • Paradise Outlaws John and Mellon Tytell (William Morrow, 1999)
  • Rolling Stone Book of the Beats Edited by Holly George-Warren. Contributed essay on Robert Frank, and selection of photographs. (Hyperion, 1999)
  • Ginsberg's Farm by Mark McMurray. Contributed photograph. (Caliban Press, 2006)
  • Punk 365 Edited by Holly George-Warren. Contributed photograph. (Abrams, 2007)
  • My Lucky Dog (HarperCollins, 2008)


  1. ^ "ARTIST Mellon Tytell (1944) American". International Center of Photography. Retrieved 24 May 2018.
  2. ^ Sandi Switzer, Rutland Daily Herald, World Globetrotting Photographer Mellon Tytell Captures Kaleidoscope of Images, Sept 9, 1999

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