I always like casting shadows in my pictures and not just casting light, which is something that I don’t think people think about closely enough. There is always the moment of the big reveal that has the most incredible power and dynamism.
Greta looked amazing in this Anthony Price dress. When I explained to her, the concept behind the shoot being women who could have married Prince Charles she burst out laughing and I took this picture.
‘It’s Clive,” I ventured we have a meeting about your movie”, there was a clattering of what sounded like cans, then Hunter let me in, where he shambled into the room and then slumped down onto the floor leaning back in an open fridge which had, had it’s door aggressively removed by Hunter.
Kansai Yamamoto is that rare thing, a complete artist. His work covers design and so much more, it’s about fashion, … More
In 1966 I was commissioned to do some illustrations on the set of Kubrick’s 2001. This was an extraordinary … More
The week before my shoot with Jeremy Irons I had left a message on his mobile. A few days before … More
The Times asked me to do a portrait of Meryl Streep, she was only in London for one day and … More
Sometimes you just have a great rapport with the people you photograph. Sienna Miller was so radiant and so funny … More
This was one of my first photographic jobs when I was still an Art Director. I had known Paul McCartney … More