Wayne Williams

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  • Alan Jackson's 1st Gold Record

    Alan Jackson's 1st Gold Record

    Photographed for Arista Records on location in Nashville for his first album which went well beyond gold.

  • Ann Jillian

    Ann Jillian

    I love it when a portrait just jumps off the page of proofs and says "I'm it!" To me, this image is nothing short of stunning perfection... ...if I do say so myself.

  • Meditation

    Meditation

  • Danny rides

    Danny rides

    Danny Bonaduce shot for his book cover, "Random Acts of Badness,"

  • Dwight Yoakam

    Dwight Yoakam

    No, the pants are not painted on.

  • George Hamilton

    George Hamilton

    Opening title Guest Host photo for the ABC TV Show "Fridays." This self effacing actor and pitchman, George proves once and for all that he doesn't have a tan line.

  • The Golden Girls

    The Golden Girls

    We called them the Ladies. They often requested me to shoot them as they hated having their pictures taken by anyone else... Why? Hey, I was fast, fun and made the experience painless.

  • Lou Gossett Jr.

    Lou Gossett Jr.

    A class act and a real gentleman.

  • The O'Briens

    The O'Briens

    Michelle and Michael O'Brien have their wedding portrait taken in the sunset light by her Uncle.

  • Susan Surandon

    Susan Surandon

    With all her awards and acclaim, Susan was a pleasure to work with. Beautiful and honest, sultry and funnny. The world is a better place with her in it.

  • The Commodores

    The Commodores

    A Motown Band that opened for the Jackson 5 for 2 years before putting out their own first album, they proceeded to become Motown's best selling 70's male group. After going from 6 members to 3, over 30 years, they can still laugh and play up a storm, one fun live act.

  • Tony Clifton

    Tony Clifton

    Shot to promote the Jim Carrey biopic of Andy Kaufman "Man in the Moon." Mr. Clifton wanted to run a ad in Variety during "Women in Film" week. The banner of the ad was to read, "Thanks for the Mammories." You had to be there...

  • Tracy White

    Tracy White

    Total Yoga films were the first Yoga fitness DVD's short in HD.

  • Waylon

    Waylon

    When I first worked with Waylon Jennings, I was told this would be his first shoot sober in decades. Sounded like a party to me so I put him in a tuxedo and jeans. We made images that became 2 album covers and countless publicity shots. He was a good man.

  • Brad Parker

    Brad Parker

    Brad Paker's "Days of Poetry" Album cover

  • Woody

    Woody

    Woody Harrelson called to tell me he would have to get his hair cut for "Cheers" the next day and it was likely to be the last time his mane would ever be this long again. I was happy to oblige. The image was recently used in the film "Now You See Me"