Jeff Lipsky photographs producer Dana Brunetti for Vanity Fair’s Hollywood Issue

  Read the story here: “Dana Brunetti, Hollywood’s Most Openly Disliked and Secretly Beloved Executive”  

Art Streiber on photographing legendary tenor Placido Domingo for Vanity Fair Spain

  “The shoot with Placido Domingo for Vanity Fair Spain was a bit of a production minefield; budget constraints, timing constraints, and union constraints combined for a hectic afternoon with El Maestro, who is not only one of the world’s greatest tenors, but also the general director of the LA Opera. We arrived at LA’s […]

Jeff Lipsky photographs George Hamilton, “The Matinee Idol,” for Vanity Fair On Time

Jeff Lipsky on photographing Bob Odenkirk and David Cross for Vanity Fair

Jeff Lipsky was thrilled when Vanity Fair asked him to photograph Bob Odenkirk and David Cross for its September issue, but when he arrived at the sunny golf-course location for the shoot, he ran into an unexpected problem. Cross’ ever-present glasses were progressives that dutifully darkened in the sunlight, blocking his eyes from view. “I […]

Art Streiber on photographing the stars of “Entourage” at the legendary Pink’s Hot Dogs in L.A. for Vanity Fair

  “Pink’s Hot Dogs is an L.A. landmark/institution that has been around since 1939, so it felt completely natural for the Entourage cast to hang out there,” says Art Streiber, who photographed the stars of the movie for Vanity Fair. “Sisters-in-law Gloria and Beverly Pink were fantastic hostesses and made sure we had unfettered access […]

Jeff Lipsky photographs Tim Robbins, Jack Black, and their costars from “The Brink” for Vanity Fair

For a feature in its April issue, Vanity Fair asked Jeff Lipsky to photograph the stars of the HBO comedy The Brink—Jack Black, Tim Robbins, Pablo Schreiber, and Aasif Mandvi. The shoot took place at the Nate Starkman Building in Los Angeles. Clearly, a good time was had by all…      

Vanity Fair commissions Jeff Lipsky to photograph legendary record producer Lou Adler

In its March issue, Vanity Fair looks at how Grammy-winning record producer Lou Adler and his sons Nic and Cisco are building on the legacy of the Roxy, the famous rock & roll venue on West Hollywood’s Sunset Strip that the elder Adler cofounded in the 1960s. The story is accompanied by this portrait of […]

Doug Menuez photographs tech thought leaders for Vanity Fair

For a story written by Kurt Andersen, Vanity Fair commissioned Doug Menuez to shoot portraits of tech thought leaders Peter Diamandis (founder of the X Prize), Ray Kurzweil (director of engineering at Google), Jaron Lanier (a virtual-reality pioneer who is now at Microsoft Research), and Mitch Kapor (a PC software titan who leads several foundations […]

Art Streiber photographs Uber CEO Travis Kalanick for Vanity Fair


Vanity Fair previews “The Out List,” the new portrait series and HBO documentary by Timothy Greenfield-Sanders

The latest in Timothy Greenfield-Sanders‘ groundbreaking documentary film/portrait series projects will soon be making its national debut. Premiering June 27 on HBO, The Out List explores the identities of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community in America, from entertainers to politicians to everyone in between. “When we started, we were calling the project  ‘Generation […]