Rolling Stone just used my portrait of Liz Phair to headline an in-depth story commemorating the 25 year anniversary and reissue of her debut album, Exile in Guyville. We worked together on so many different shoots during this time that a photo editor at one of the magazines asked if we were married (we were not). She seemed to always arrive prepared, with ideas in mind and wardrobe in hand (no stylists). She brought energy, creativity and a sense of adventure to these collaborations, once balancing on the rooftop edge of my old Milwaukee Avenue studio, four floors up. Liz's artistic confidence went well beyond her life as a musician.
Liz Phair - 25 years