"Back in the Sixties, you could do anything" says Terry O'Neill, arguably the greatest British photographer of the past 50 years. "Stars were relaxed, they trusted you. Now it's a war between the publicists and the photographers. There's none of the new lot I want to photograph". says Terry O'Neill to the Daily Mail, click HERE if you want to read the article.
David Bowie and Elizabeth Taylor, Los Angeles, 1975
Keith Richards, 1964
Faye Dunaway, Los Angeles, 1976
Audrey Herpburn, 1960s
Audrey Hepburn, 1967
Rachel Welch at the film set of "Myra Breckinridge". An adaptation of the controversial 1968
book by Gore Vidal.
Brigitte Bardot, Spain, 1971
Rachel Welch, 1968
Jean Shrimpton and Terence Stamp, London, 1963
Goldie Hawn on the set of There's a Girl in My Soup
David Bowie photographed for the Diamond Dogs tour, London 1974