As a painter their faces really affected me, I thought if they were in 15th century costumes the images would have had a Renaissance perspective, due to them all having such incredible faces. Sadly I couldn’t imagine them agreeing to cod pieces and tights, so I kept my vision to myself.
In 1966 I was commissioned to do some illustrations on the set of Kubrick’s 2001. This was an extraordinary … More
Really delighted that this is continuing – I have copied the press release below as I so like what they … More
Being in the theatre immediately inspired me (probably wrongly) to enthusiastically instruct the models using clichés such as, “Wonderful my Darling hearts”, “Fabulous my luvvies” and “It’s a triumph!”
When I photographed Ashanti for the Next Big Thing for The Sunday Times in 2003 I was trying to create … More
I cannot voice the campaign as well as Waris does in the video below so I won’t try. I recommend you support her and listen to her words. It touches me deeply when I see how she has used her voice in the world to remind us of the suffering of others and is leading a path to alleviate that suffering.
I was asked to photograph the model, designer and heiress, Jasmine Guinness and was told by the magazine they wanted … More
Kate Bush came the famous Holborn Studios in London for a shoot for Hearst Magazines who had asked me to … More
I met the legendary Tony Curtis through the iconic hairdresser Leonard. Although he was twenty years older than me, we … More
To say he was brooding and smouldering is an understatement as you can see from the image above and although I am anti smoking, there is nothing more real than a French man and his Gitanes and the image perfectly reflects that moment.