Never before seen David Clancy portraits go on show

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Never before seen David Clancy portraits go on show

During his time working at Capital radio as a press assistant, amateur photographer, David Clancy, captured the biggest stars of music and screen in a series of candid portraits. The pictures were never before seen in public and it was only when David was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer that he decided to share the work. David passed away in 2014 before he was able to finish the project - and his daughter Leia, decided to complete it - it's now been published for all to see. 

You've got three minutes, is out now, and all the proceeds go to the David Clancy Fund at Bloodwise. 

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