Mary McCartney
Photographer
Mary McCartney
Mary Anna McCartney is a photographer. The first biological child of rock photographer Linda Eastman McCartney and Paul McCartney of The Beatles, Mary was named after her paternal grandmother, Mary McCartney. Mary has an older half-sister named Heather McCartney (born Heather Louise See in 1962 to Linda and Joseph Melville See Jr. , who was adopted by Sir Paul McCartney; a younger sister, Stella; and a younger brother, James .
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Mike DeSimone and Jeff Jenssen: Too Hot to Cook: Summer Cookbooks for Beating the Heat
Huffington Post - over 3 years
When late summer rolls around, it seems like a major chore to put on long pants and socks -- forget about turning on the oven or leaving a cast iron pot simmering away on the stove all day. During July's heat wave, even the simple act of grilling became unpleasant. While we often fight over who gets to man the barbecue, neither one of us wanted to leave the cool confines of our apartment to stand over an open flame in 100-degree weather. Preferring to eat at home as much as we can, we realized that the best way to beat the heat is to work as many un-cooked dishes as possible into our dinner repertoire. Although we rarely lack inspiration in the kitchen, we turned to our cookbook shelf for a little help in finding dishes that are delicious, beautiful to look at, and require either no cooking at all or a single cooked item, such as a boiled egg or blanched green beans. The bounty of summer produce available at farmers markets tilts our diet towards the vegetarian end of the ...
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Mary McCartney’s Warm, Messy Take on Vegetarian Cooking
NYTimes - almost 4 years
In Mary McCartney’s famous family, cooking and eating vegetarian was no big deal.     
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Roxgold up against dissident shareholder challenge
Financial Post - over 4 years
Roxgold Inc., a TSX Venture listed Vancouver-based exploration company currently developing three mining concessions in Burkina Faso, is under pressure from a group of shareholders. The pressure is so great that this week the company, with a market cap of $70-million, postponed its scheduled annual meeting to Sept. 25 from July 12. When it postponed the meeting — the new date was set later in the week — Roxgold did so in order “to protect the interests of all shareholders of the company.” Roxgold opted for this course because of the actions of Oliver Lennox-King, who indicated, three days before the July 12 scheduled meeting, that he would be submitting an alternative slate of directors. The board has “determined that it is in the best interests of all shareholders of the company that they have ample opportunity to consider the issues raised by the dissident shareholder and to determine whether they will participate in what is now a contested election,” said Roxgold. The upshot ...
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Mary McCartney: 'Food' and Family
Wall Street Journal - over 4 years
The photographer and writer on dispelling vegetarian myths, why she will never be Martha Stewart and how her late mother Linda still inspires her.
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Stella McCartney Donates Art To Special Yoga Centre Auction
Green Celebrity Network - almost 5 years
A number of designers and artists – including Stella McCartney and Damien Hirst – have donated sketches to an auction to raise money for the Special Yoga Centre in London. Stella McCartney’s sketch The Centre and Charity offers 1 to 1 yoga therapy for children with special needs and has recently rolled out The Get Ready to Learn programme in schools whereby children enjoy a group yoga session before starting their lessons. The Charity and Centre of Excellence for Yoga Teacher Training for Children, based in London, offers yoga therapy to over 600 children a week throughout the UK. The Centre trains over 70 yoga therapists a year and the work helps children with a range of special needs including those with cerebral palsy, downs syndrome, ADHD, dyspraxia, autism and learning difficulties benefit from regular yoga therapy sessions which are offered by donation only. Damien Hirst’s artwork The Raising The Roof Art Auction will raise funds for the centre, and features artworks fr ...
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Las compras son el nuevo motor para el turismo - Cinco Días
Google News - over 5 years
Esta firma y su marca Chic Outlet Shopping estuvieron presentes en más de 30 ferias de turismo para promocionarse directamente ante los visitantes, con ocho celebrities embajadoras (como Jade Jagger y Mary McCartney). Entre los servicios que cuenta
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Olsson: Modernitet - och stenåldersidrott - Expressen
Google News - over 5 years
Pappa Paul är en ganska känd popmusiker, mamma Linda var fotograf, syster Stella gör kläder och Mary McCartney är en lysande fotograf. Kolla fotoboken "From where I stand"! Linnea Gustafsson, Helena Jansson och Lena Eliasson: Tre tjejer tog guld,
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Linda McCartney: una vita dietro l'obiettivo. Strawberry Blonde Forever - LeiWeb (Blog)
Google News - over 5 years
26,5 x 37,4, € 49,99), che raccoglie anche testi di Paul, Stella e Mary McCartney, con interventi di Annie Leibovitz e Martin Harrison. «A Linda», dice Paul McCartney «sarebbe piaciuto immensamente vedere che il suo lavoro è considerato arte»
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Hall stages comeback exhibition for top illustrator - Yorkshire Post
Google News - over 5 years
Last month it staged an art exhibition by indie rockers the Guillemots and it has also featured work from Bryan Adams and Mary McCartney – the photographer daughter of Sir Paul. In 2009 works by 18 leading figures in the contemporary art world,
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SAINSBURY (J) : McCartney Winner Kate Ford launches her Mushroom & Ale Pie in ... - 4-traders (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
By January 2011, hundreds of entries had been received and the judging panel hosted by Mary McCartney and including Sainsbury's category buyer Alison Atkin, renowned chef Aldo Zilli, Celebrity Masterchef winner Liz McClarnon, Green & Black's co-founder
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Brighton and Hove binmen get “meat-free Monday” the chop - The Argus
Google News - over 5 years
Meat Free Monday was launched in 2009 by Paul, Stella and Mary McCartney as “a simple and straightforward idea to show everyone the value of eating less meat”. It claims not eating meat for one a day a week can save people money, reduce the impact on
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Poke launches charitable art auction site 100 Project - New Media Age (subscription)
Google News - over 5 years
Damian Hirst and Mary McCartney are among artists to have donated work to a new charitable art auction site by digital creative agency Poke. The 100 Project will see one piece auctioned each week for the rest of the year with the aim of raising enough
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Linda McCartney: Life in Photographs - Huffington Post
Google News - over 5 years
Although, as daughter Mary McCartney points out in her essay in the book, "her father didn't approve of her photographing 'long hairs.'" However, by 1968, her portrait of Eric Clapton was on the cover of Rolling Stone and she made history as the first
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L Fest: The new L word - The Scavenger
Google News - over 5 years
Sunday-only tickets can be purchased for £35 and there are discounts for group bookings. To book, go online. Tiffany Lowana is associate editor at The Scavenger. Images from top: L Fest crew; Jackie Kay, photo copyright & courtesy of Mary McCartney
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Don't Drink the Water: 8 Glasses a Day Theory Questioned - Blogcritics.org (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Scottish doctor Mary McCartney calls this recommendation "nonsense" and cites that there are no clear studies or convincing evidence to support this claim made by the organization Hydration for Health. I don't know about you, but I drink more than
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Summertime with the McCartneys - TIME
Google News - over 5 years
TIME spoke with Paul and Linda's eldest daughter, Mary McCartney, to get the backstory of this image. The quirkiness and the impeccable composition of the grainy, black and white photograph of the McCartneys at their summer home in Scotland stands out
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Kate Moss lên xe hoa lần hai - Zing News
Google News - over 5 years
Đám cưới của cô có sự góp mặt của bạn bè thân thiết như người mẫu Naomi Campbell, Bryan Ferry, biên tập viên tạp chí Vogue Mỹ Anna Wintour, Stella và Mary McCartney, Sir Philip Green, họa sĩ Tracey Emin, Rhys Ifans, Jude Law, Jo Wood và Jade Jagger
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Dorfhochzeit: Supermodel Kate Moss ist unter der Haube – Die Bilder - klatsch-tratsch.de
Google News - over 5 years
Eingeladen worden seien angeblich auch Vivienne Westwood, Stella und Mary McCartney, Rhys Ifans und Jude Law. Die Hochzeitsfeier des Paares soll sich Medienbnerichten zufolge über das Wochenende hinziehen. Kate Moss' letzte geplante Hochzeit mit
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Mary McCartney
    FORTIES
  • 2012
    Age 42
    In 2012, McCartney collaborated with Vertu - a luxury British-based mobile phone manufacturer - and Smile Train - a charity that provides cleft-palate operations for disadvantaged children around the world.
    More Details Hide Details Travelling to Beijing and Volgograd, McCartney photographed four children who have benefited from the rehabilitative surgery provided by Smile Train and therefore been provided with the gift of communication, allowing them to integrate fully into society for the first time in their lives. The Constellation Smile project culminated in a photography exhibition in London on 12 June, followed by a global tour. A limited-edition coffee table book has also been made, each signed by McCartney, in order to raise money for the charity. McCartney has written two vegetarian cookbooks, Food: Vegetarian Home Cooking (2012) and At My Table: Vegetarian Feasts for Family and Friends (2015).
  • 2011
    Age 41
    On 3 September 2011, McCartney gave birth to her second son with Simon, Sid Aboud.
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  • 2010
    Age 40
    On 12 June 2010, McCartney and Aboud were married in a private ceremony in London at the Marylebone Register Office, the same location where her parents were married in 1969.
    More Details Hide Details Her children were in attendance, but the wedding was kept secret and her father and siblings were not present.
  • THIRTIES
  • 2008
    Age 38
    On 11 August 2008, McCartney gave birth to Sam Aboud, her first child with director boyfriend Simon Aboud.
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  • 2007
    Age 37
    Although there was no public confirmation of a divorce, by 2007 she had returned to using her birth name professionally.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1999
    Age 29
    On 3 April 1999, McCartney gave birth to her father's first grandchild, Arthur Alistair Donald.
    More Details Hide Details Arthur Alistair Donald is now the eldest of eight grandchildren. The Donalds' second son, Elliot Donald, was born on 1 August 2002. For most of their married life, the couple lived in Lauderdale Mansions South in Maida Vale, London. In April 2005, the couple announced their separation, but stated that it was only temporary and they wished to reconcile for the sake of their two sons.
  • 1998
    Age 28
    Upon the death of her mother, the wedding was postponed and McCartney and Alistair Donald were married on 26 September 1998.
    More Details Hide Details Mary Anna McCartney was then known as Mary Anna McCartney-Donald.
    McCartney's mother Linda died from breast cancer in 1998.
    More Details Hide Details McCartney has a much younger half-sister, Beatrice Milly McCartney, born to her father and his second wife, Heather Mills, on 28 October 2003. The most famous photograph of McCartney was taken by her mother; it is a photograph of her as a baby, peeking out from inside her father's jacket. The photograph is featured on the back cover of her father's first solo album, McCartney, (sometimes known as the "Cherries" album).
  • 1995
    Age 25
    In 1995, McCartney's brother James introduced her to director and television producer Alistair Donald. After dating for three years, they set a wedding date for May 1998.
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  • 1992
    Age 22
    Following in the footsteps of her mother, McCartney became a professional photographer. She was a photo editor for the music-book publisher Omnibus Press and in 1992 began taking photographs professionally, specializing in portrait and fashion photography.
    More Details Hide Details Because her paternal grandmother and her mother died of breast cancer, she began campaigning for breast cancer awareness in the United Kingdom. As a result, she became close friends with Cherie Blair, wife of former UK prime minister Tony Blair. This led to McCartney being chosen to take the first official photo of the prime minister and his wife with their fourth child, Leo, born 20 May 2000. Before this, the most well-known photos of hers were the last photographs taken of her mother, three weeks before her death. McCartney has taken portraits of Sam Taylor-Wood, Ralph Fiennes, Jude Law, and of her sister Stella McCartney, who is a fashion designer. Her first public photography exhibition was titled Off Pointe: A Photographic Study of The Royal Ballet After Hours. It includes offstage pictures of members of "The Royal Ballet, London" as part of the Brighton Festival Fringe, and was meant to showcase the difference between their grueling and often painful everyday lives and their storybook performances.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1980
    Age 10
    After the birth of her sister, Stella, McCartney's parents formed the rock group Wings, with whom she and her siblings travelled the world until 1980.
    More Details Hide Details She grew up to be a vegetarian and is passionate about animal rights like the rest of her family.
  • 1971
    Age 1
    McCartney has an older sister, Heather McCartney who was born Heather Louise See on 31 December 1962 to Linda and Joseph Melville See Jr. and adopted by Paul McCartney; a younger sister, Stella Nina McCartney who was born on 13 September 1971; and a younger brother, James Louis McCartney, who was born on 12 September 1977.
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  • 1969
    Born
    McCartney was born in London on 28 August 1969 and named after her paternal grandmother Mary McCartney.
    More Details Hide Details She is the first biological child of Paul McCartney of the Beatles and photographer Linda Eastman McCartney, and Linda's second child.
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