"Sinatra: Frank & Friendly" is a testimony to that trust, and O'Neill's discerning eye with images that capture a relationship spanning three decades. The superstar of music and movies allowed O'Neill's camera to follow his every move, on the road, at home and backstage. In the age of papparazi, doorstep photography, and big-budget publicity shoots, O'Neill's fascinating archive of his relationship with Sinatra reminds us of the golden age, when stars and their audience where intimate. His photography has graced the walls of museums and portrait galleries worldwide.
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Doors beyond the reach of his peers open for Terry O'Neill. He has dined in the White House with Presidents and at Buckingham Palace with HM The Queen. First Lady Laura Bush chose O'Neill to take her first portrait after inauguration, Princess Diana, her family portrait. He has counted stars of stage, screen, politics and rock 'n roll among his friends. He was photographing The Beatles and the Rolling Stones while they were still boys; he discovered a young talent called Elton John and another called Jodie Kidd on a beach in Barbados. O'Neill has a gift for earning the trust and the friendship of the famous and the infamous. His photography made him an intimate of icons such as Ava Gardner, Brigit Bardot, Raquel Welch, Michael Caine, Paul Newman and Catherine Zeta Jones. All invited him "inside", behind the limelight of their celebrity.
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Book Description Evans Mitchell Books, 2009. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111901268446
Book Description Evans Mitchell Books, 2009. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1901268446