Albert Watson: Legendary Photographer of Fashion and Celebrity

Albert Watson is a fashion, celebrity, and art photographer with over 100 Vogue covers and iconic images of celebrities and champions of business captured for over five decades. His subjects have included Mick Jagger, Steve Jobs, Jack Nicholson, Kate Moss, Christy Turlington, David Bowie, Tupac Shakur, and Andy Warhol.

The Story Behind That Iconic Portrait of Steve Jobs

Photographer Albert Watson is the man behind the iconic photo of Steve Jobs that is seen all over the Internet and on the cover of the Steve Jobs biography written by Walter Isaacson. In this 2-minute video from Profoto, Watson shares a delightful peek into the shoot itself.

Photographer Albert Watson Shot His Own Real Estate Photos for His $21.5M NYC Penthouse

Photographer Albert Watson has shot some of the most memorable photos of some of the world's most famous people over his lengthy photography career, from Alfred Hitchcock to Steve Jobs.

While his work has mostly focused on fashion, celebrities, and art, Watson recently ventured into a different genre: real estate photography. The photographer is selling his $21.5 million penthouse in New York City, and he shot his own photos for the listing.

What I’ve Learned from Albert Watson’s Iconic Portrait of Steve Jobs

October 5th, 2011 was a Wednesday, and the Cache Valley Photographers were gathered at my studio for their weekly lunch time meeting to discuss Scott Kelby’s Guest Blog, and I remember the day well. The Guest Blogger was Jodi Cobb, who wrote about her project documenting modern slavery. Unfortunately, the group didn’t spend as much time discussing this as it deserved because it was also the day that Steve Jobs passed away.