Albert Watson is an award-winning photographer and has captured hundreds of well-known iconic images of the rich and famous. Today he stopped by The Social to share some of the stories from behind-the-scenes of his most famous photographs.
Watson discussed how his iconic photo of Alfred Hitchcock launched his career and revealed what it was like to work with Steve Jobs. He also talked about a surprising mishap while on a shoot with Mick Jagger and how he directed Michael Jackson.
Watch the video above for the full interview.
If you're in the Toronto area, you can see Albert's full exhibit “Silver Linings” at the Izzy gallery until March.