Rankin’s net worth is estimated at $1 Million – $5 Million.
Rankin (John Rankin Waddell) was born on 1966 in Paisley, United Kingdom, is a Photographer. Find out about the life of this billionaire, including Rankin’s net worth, age, family, dating life, salary, and assets.
|Popular As||John Rankin Waddell|
|Age||55 years old|
|Birthplace||Paisley, United Kingdom|
What is Rankin’s net worth?
Rankin’s net worth has been growing in 2020-2021.Rankin is 55 years old and has a net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
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Early Life: Source Wikipedia
In 2019, Rankin designed a digital philanthropy card in collaboration with Phil Ropy for Surfrider Foundation Europe. The card features the environmental non-profit organisation which has been fighting to protect and preserve the ocean since 1990. Rankin created a Plastic Monster made of plastic waste for the card, as a metaphor for plastic pollution. It was released on 7 August 2019. The cards’ proceeds are redistributed to the organization.
In January 2014, BBC 4 broadcast his 1 hour documentary Seven Photographs that Changed Fashion, in which he created his own tributes to images by, Erwin Blumenfeld, Richard Avedon, Helmut Newton, , David Bailey and . He interviewed an array of original photographers, models and assistants, and used contemporary models including , , , , , Mollie Gondi, and .
Best known as the founder of Dazed and Confused magazine (along with Jefferson Hack), and for his photography of models including Kate Moss and, celebrities such as Madonna and David Bowie and his portrait of Elizabeth II. His work has appeared in magazines such as GQ, Vogue and Marie Claire. In 2011 Rankin started the biannual fashion, culture and lifestyle magazine, Hunger and launched Rankin Film to produce and direct his own commercial and editorial film work.
In 2011 Rankin served as the photography teacher in the Channel 4 series Jamie’s Dream School featuring. He also presented the BBC Four documentary America in Pictures – The Story of Life Magazine. In May 2012 it was confirmed that Rankin would be re-shooting Azealia Banks’s music video for her single “Liquorice”.
In February 2011, Rankin expressed the opinion that “in America the Jewish zealots are so powerful. Especially in the entertainment industry.” After this was reported, Rankin said “of course this is not my official position and I apologise wholeheartedly for my use of language and any offence this may have caused.”
In 2010, Rankin travelled to South Africa with the BBC to shoot the documentary, South Africa in Pictures The same year, Rankin was commissioned by Nike and Bono’s Product Red in the fight against HIV/AIDS, to shoot a global Nike campaign, Lace Up Save Lives, to raise awareness about the disease.
In April 2009 Rankin created Annroy, a contemporary structure designed byArchitects that is home to Rankin’s own photographic studio, gallery and living space, where he lives with his wife and model . Each month Annroy holds a different exhibition, which features some of Rankin’s current work.
In 2002, Rankin was awarded an Honorary Fellowship by The Royal Photographic Society.
In December 2000 Rankin launched his own quarterly fashion magazine, Rank. He also publishes Another Magazine, Another Man and more recently Hunger, a website and biannual fashion and lifestyle magazine.
Whilst studying accounting at Brighton Polytechnic, he realised that his interests lay elsewhere and dropped out, taking up the study of photography at Barnfield College Luton and then London College of Printing. During this time, Rankin met, with whom he formed a working relationship. In 1992 the two decided to start a magazine together called Dazed & Confused.
Waddell (born 1966), also known under his working name Rankin, is a British portrait and fashion photographer and director.