Category: Photoshoots

Photos: Pre-Grammys, Grammys + Photoshoots

Photos: Pre-Grammys, Grammys + Photoshoots

I’ve just added photos from events Demi has attended from the past week, including her appearance and performance on the Grammys last night, as well as a MusiCares portrait and outtakes from the new Sketchers campaign. If you missed her performance last night, scroll down to watch it!

Photoshoots Update

Photoshoots Update

I’ve just updated the gallery by adding more photos from the SNL photoshoot, along with another photo from the N.Y.C. Color photoshoot and I’ve also added a portrait session from September 2015 while Demi was in Stockholm.

Photos: Allure Magazine Photoshoot

Photos: Allure Magazine Photoshoot

I’ve just added Demi’s Allure photoshoot into the gallery. Enjoy!

Gallery Update (1/15)

Gallery Update (1/15)

I’ve just updated the gallery with a couple more photoshoots, as well as Demi’s appearance at the Stella McCartney Autumn Presentation and a performance with Elton John from earlier this week.

Gallery Links
Photoshoots > Outtakes > Session 128
Photoshoots > Outtakes > Session 129
Photoshoots > Press Conferences > Press Conference in Norway
Events > 2016 > Jan 12 | Stella McCartney Autumn 2016 Presentation
Performances > 2016 > Jan 13 | Island Life Presents Elton John And His Band At the Wiltern

Gallery Update (10/26)

I’ve just updated the gallery with scans from Confident as well as outtakes from the album shoot, Demi attending the Redskins vs. Jets game, her photocall in Sao Paulo, CBS Radio’s 3rd Annual We Can Survive Benefit, as well as screen captures of her video for Waitin’ For You. Enjoy!


Session 126

Washington Redskins vs. New York Jets Football Game

Photocall in Sao Paulo

CBS RADIO’s Third Annual We Can Survive

CBS RADIO’s Third Annual We Can Survive – Performance

Waitin’ For You

Demi Lovato’s Spontaneous, Nude, Makeup-Free Photo Shoot

Demi Lovato’s Spontaneous, Nude, Makeup-Free Photo Shoot

Vanity Fair photographer Patrick Ecclesine was with Demi Lovato this week when the singer was suddenly inspired to pose for a series of portraits, with only three rules: “no makeup, no clothes, no retouching.” These are the results.
It was half past midnight when Demi Lovato announced that it was time to take her clothes off. In the streets below her Manhattan hotel room, the crowd of dedicated fans waiting for a glimpse of the singer/songwriter/actress/pop star couldn’t possibly imagine what was about to transpire behind closed doors. Quite frankly, neither could I.

That morning I’d stepped off a plane from Los Angeles to shadow 34-year-old Phil McIntyre, C.E.O. of music talent-management firm Philymack, who has launched the careers of several major pop stars, including Nick Jonas and Lovato, whose new album, Confident, is set to be released on October 16. After shuttling from meeting to meeting, we ended up at the Greenwich Hotel to meet with the Philymack team.

The topic at hand was Lovato, whose great-grandfather Buddy Moore had died the day before. Lovato considered him one of the most important people in her life, and McIntyre and his team were concerned. At midnight, an emotionally drained Lovato arrived sans makeup, hair pulled back, carrying her Yorkiepoo, Batman. I had photographed Lovato once before, so she smiled and said hello, then plopped down in a chair. Batman came over and jumped in my lap. She spoke about her sadness, and then she got an idea.

“If there’s one thing I’ve learned in the past day, it’s that life is too short,” she said. “I’m about to launch an album that finally represents who I truly am. How do I embrace this new chapter in my life? How do I really walk the walk? What does it mean to be confident? It means letting go, being authentic, saying I don’t give a fuck and this is who I am. I want to show the side of me that’s real, that’s liberated, that’s free. What if we do a photo shoot where it’s totally raw? Super-sexy, but no makeup, no fancy lighting, no retouching, and no clothing. Let’s do it here, let’s do it now.”

The room emptied, and I wondered how I’d fallen into this situation. With only her assistant remaining, Lovato and I worked in near silence, making our way through the hotel room, communicating with subtle gestures, nods, and tilts of the head. Lovato had rarely posed nude before, so I had to be respectful of that and tread lightly. When I left her at three in the morning, she gave me a quick hug and thanked me for making her feel pretty. I thanked her for her confidence.


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