Star Trek’s Leonard Nimoy Left Legacy Of Positive Body Image With Nude Photography « CBS San Francisco

March 2, 2015 8:16 PM

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Star Trek’s Leonard Nimoy Left Legacy Of Positive Body Image With Nude Photography « CBS San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — The late Star Trek actor Leonard Nimoy left many legacies in his work across genres, but one that might not be as well known is his role as a champion of beauty of all sizes, including his plus size photographic work with San Francisco-based Fat Bottom Revue, featured in 2007.

Nimoy, known as Spock in Star Trek, had been bitten by the photography bug early, and has photographs in several prominent art museums nationally, including various nude exhibitions like “Shekhina,” a photographic essay about the feminine presence of God.

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