Most people know Selena Gomez as a pop singer and actress, but she’s recently added a new credit to her name: executive producer. Gomez and her mother, Mandy Teefey, co-executive produced Netflix‘s much-buzzed-about teen drama 13 Reasons Why, based on the book by Jay Asher.
“The best-selling young adult novel tells the story of Hannah Baker, a high school girl who kills herself, leaving behind cassette tapes detailing the 13 people she blames for driving her to suicide,” says the New York Times, which interviewed Gomez, Teefey, and playwright Brian Yorkey, who adapted the book for the screen.
Brinson+Banks photographed the trio at the London West Hollywood for the story. “Selena Gomez is every bit as sweet as you’d imagine,” says David Walter Banks. “We got to sit through her interview about the series, which hits on some heavy issues for adolescents. It was fascinating to see another side of Selena.”
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