Look At Me

Firooz Zahedi was born in Tehran, Iran, in 1949. He grew up in England and, in 1969, he went to the United States to attend the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. After a brief career as a diplomat he enrolled at the Corcoran School of Art and graduated in 1976 earning a degree in Visual Communication. While still at art school he began working as a photographer for Andy Warhol's Interview. Later, Elizabeth Taylor became his mentor and friend and in 1978 he accompanied the actress to Hollywood and worked on a film set as her personal photographer. He remained in Los Angeles and built a successful career that culminated in a contract withVanity Fair in 1990. His photographs have appeared on the covers of the British GQ, French Vogue, Tatler, Time, Glamour, Town & Country, InStyle, and many other publications. Ranging from the iconic poster for the movie Pulp Fiction to album covers for Barbara Streisand and Diana Ross, Zahedi has produced some of the