||Death of a Playboy
||The Naked Truth About Bob Carlos Clarke
|Saturday Times Magazine
||Marco Pierre White Breaks The Mould
||Bob Carlos Clarke changed the face of cookery publishing
|TBS - The Broadsheet
||Shoot To Thrill
||An iconic photographer challenges the heart and the head
|| The Legendary Irish photographer opens his first
exhibition in Spain
|Total Digital Photography
||The Doll Maker
||Famed for his dramatically sexy fetishish portraits of rubbber clad dominatixes, Bob Carlos Clarke describes himself as 'enslaved to sensuality'
||Bob Carlos Clarke's photography is synonymous with women. Over his long career he has photographed some of the world's most beautiful examples and still has a queue at his studio door. If you were to ask every man what their dream job would be you'd quickly hear Bob's job sited alongside rock star and astronaut.
|British Journal of Photography
||More than girls
||In the cut-throat world of professional photography, Bob Carlos Clarke is the King of Survival. Jon Tarrant delves inside the mind of the master of reinvention.
||Selling with Sex
||Sex is a potent tool for advertisers, as Bob Carlos Clarke can testify. He tells Terry Hope about some of the campaigns that he's been asked to tackle over the years.
||Tits, Ass & Class
||Elegantly handsome and acerbically erudite, photographer Bob Carlos Clarke would be equally comfortable at the helm of a yacht moored in the Med, or ensconced at a table at the Spearmint Rhino with a birds-eye view of a freshly Brazilian waxed nether-region.
||"Bob Carlos Clarke's magnificent black and white prints"
||Marco Pierre White (MPW) redrew the boundaries of what was considered fine dining in the UK in the mid- to late 1980s. He was super cool. Steve McQueen in The Great Escape, Jim Morrison in the Doors, and Sonny Corleone in The Godfather: they were all cool, but MPW was the coolest.