PHOTOGRAPHS BY ANNE BILLSON

Renée Soutendijk, actor. London, 1984

Now on sale! This is a collection of 52 original and in many cases previously unpublished black and white photographic portraits of well-known film-makers, writers, actors and musicians (as well as one choreographer and one restaurateur) taken by writer and photographer Anne Billson (in other words, me) between 1980 and 1990. Subjects include Kevin Bacon, Madonna, Rosanna Arquette, Christopher Lee, Ray Bradbury, Stephen King, Robert Altman, Ridley Scott, Gene Wilder, Donald Sutherland, Rutger Hauer, Dario Argento, Nicolas Cage, Matthew Modine, Tony Curtis, Anthony Perkins, John Sayles, Ridley Scott and the Coen brothers.

NOT CURRENTLY ON SALE: SEEKING A NEW FORMAT. PLEASE WATCH THIS SPACE FOR FURTHER NEWS, OR CONTACT ME VIA TWITTER.

An essential slim volume for your coffee table – 96 pages, 52 black & white photographs, all for only £9.99. Size is 5.83″ x 8.26″ x 0.25″, perfect binding, white interior paper (60# weight), black and white interior ink, white exterior paper (100# weight).

The photographs were taken with a non-digital Olympus OM-2 SLR camera. All were taken with available light, some were taken in low light conditions on high-speed film, so please note there is often VISIBLE GRAIN; these are photographs, not airbrushed drawings. Cropping is either non-existent or minimal.

Bound to become a collector’s item when I’m finally exposed as a notorious serial killer.

Here are a couple of sample photographs:

Dennis Hopper, actor & film-maker. London, 1982

Masami Tsuchiya, musician. London, 1982

 

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