Swiss born, Henry Leutwyler is an internationally acclaimed and award winning photographer. A creative force in Paris for a decade, he then moved to New York in 1996, where he lives with his wife and two children. His work has appeared in the New York Times Magazine, Vogue, Vanity Fair, Esquire and Fortune. This work is from his monograph with Steidl, Neverland Lost.
Prior to Michael Jackson’s death, Henry Leutwyler photographed crates of artifacts removed from Jackson’s Neverland ranch in California. The resulting series of photographs document the inner turmoil of the public person who chose to model his private life on Peter Pan and the Lost Boys – children who never wanted to grow up. Neverland Lost in currently showing at M+B gallery in Los Angeles through August 14 and you can purchase the book here.