next week we will publish it.
he’s lived, in many ways, a blessed life, and i told him that
he didnt deny it.
he got to hang and work with warhol, mae west, groucho
i asked him about new technology and did he adapt to it.
he said he had to, but he also leaned on his assistants to do that sort of thing.
he said he loves the dark room and thinks all young photographers should spend some time in there
i asked if he still spends time in there.
he said no.
i asked if there was ever a picture that he didn’t take?
he said i dont know what you mean.
i said at the oscars this year i was running around trying to find leo dicaprio so i could snapchat him real quick for the kids, and as i was looking i saw sly stallone at the bar
and he looked totally dejected because he didnt win in his category
it had been 40 years since he was last nominated. and there he was with a beer on the bar. not drinking it. and he was looking right at me with his sad eyes
and he was all alone. and i could have taken the picture and it would have been great
the ultimate agony of defeat pic, but i felt so badly for him that i didnt take it.
i said have you ever been in that situation?
he said, yes, i was once having dinner with audrey hepburn…
if theres one thing i love love love love love about my job and hollywood and beverly hills and LA
it’s that people can always top my stories.