From acclaimed Hollywood photographer Firooz Zahedi comes the book Look at Me published by Pointed Leaf Press, a collection of his most distinguished and intimate celebrity portraits. From editorial commissions from magazines (including Vanity Fair, Glamour, InStyle, GQ, and Entertainment Weekly ) to iconic movie posters (such as Pulp Fiction, Edward Scissorhands, and The Addams Family), Zahedi has been photographing Hollywood’s biggest stars for more than 35 years. Each photograph is accompanied by a short text offering personal insight into how each shot came together. Also included are never-before-seen photographs as well as special behind-the-scenes snapshots and notes from Zahedi’s appreciative subjects. Look at Me is a celebration of this golden age of celebrity as seen through the lens of one of Hollywood’s most accomplished photographers. “I love working with Firooz! I met him on the set of For the Boys way back when we were both just kids. We have done so many shoots since then, and he has created some of the most joyous, iconic images of me ever.” —Bette Midler Firooz Zahedi was born in Tehran, Iran, in...
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