11.19.18
Debbie Millman | Audio

Albert Watson


Albert Watson first came to fame in 1970 and has become one of the world’s most successful and prolific photographers. He has photographed every supermodel of the past three decades, Orkney’s standing stones, Chairman Mao’s limo, the most iconic photograph of Steve Jobs ever taken, the first monkey in space, death-row convicts in Louisiana, a dominatrix in Las Vegas, the astronauts of Apollo 14, Elvis Presley’s gold lame suit, and hundreds of artists, celebrities, royalty, and cultural leaders.

Debbie talks to Albert about the importance of preparing conceptually for a shoot. “You have to have a plan. That’s what’s important. And that’s preparation.”

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