It all began in 1977:
"Adam Scull knows all about photographic success. He transformed himself from a one-of the-crowd to a renowned celebrity photographer, amassing well over two million images that spans over 45 years, starting in the 1970’s, covering the famed Studio 54, to the present.
During Adam’s early years, he spent many years as a staff photographer for the New York Post and made a name for himself in the business as one who could always get the front page celebrity money shot.
He’s been revitalizing over 2 million images from the 70s, 80s and 90s that encompass the celebrity lifestyle with CelebrityArchaeology.com, along with his colleagues, photographers John Barrett, Michael Ferguson, Russell Einhorn and JR Davis. The mission is to preserve the art and cultural heritage of celebrity photography from decades past for the historical benefit of future generations."
Celebrity Archaeology also has an extensive collection from New York City's famed Studio 54 and other hot popular spots of the era, which hold a special place in New York's nightlife.
Please take some time to visit our site. We would love to provide you with our pictures to use in your publication. We are sureyou will find something that suits your needs, and if you don't see the image that you need, just write and ask!
Our collection has over 200,000 images to still go online, with more being scanned each day.
Enjoy your clicks through history!