The photographs of Andrew Macpherson

Gary Oldman for the LA Times ()

Gary Oldman is a Londoner, born and bred. He came to prominence playing Sid Vicious in Sid & Nancy in 1984, and returned to his London roots playing George Smiley in highly acclaimed Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy.

Glee ()

I had an amazing behind the scenes look in the incredibly hard working world of Glee when TV Guide asked me to photograph the making of their ‘What Would Michael Jackson Do?’ special.

Here are a few of my favorite moments, and for a more complete look jump over to the Essays section of the site.

Contraband ()

I had the pleasure of photographing Mark Whalberg for the Contraband. Congratulations to him and his team for a winning opening weekend, yet another feather in his cap of incredible successes.

The picture of him on the poster was taken during three days working around the film crew on a ship in New Orleans, which was a real treat and a...

The Voice for The Hollywood Reporter ()

It’s a great pleasure and privilege to have my first cover for The Hollywood Reporter in it’s new weekly format.

The Hollywood Reporter is eighty one years old this year, so it’s been around for almost as long as the historic Warner Bros studio complex where The Voice is currently being recorded for NBC, and where these shots were taken. The...

Geoffrey Rush for the LA Times Magazine ()

Geoffrey Rush has been one of my favorite actors since his Oscar winning role as David Helfgott in Shine, but as all photographers know, not all your heroes turn out to be as you hope. However, when one does, and a truely extraordinary actor really gives himself to the simple act of sitting for a still camera, the joy you feel at...

Burlesque in the streets! ()

I always love seeing my pictures large on Sunset Blvd, and for the second time I have the corner spot opposite the Arclight. A very big thanks to BLT and Sony for the opportunity and the placement.

Last night I headed out to shoot the billboard at around midnight, when the traffic dies down just to the right amount to get...

Burlesque! ()

The culture of Burlesque is sweeping America once again, creating stars like the Pussycat Dolls and Dita Von Teese. Now Steve Antin, the brother of Pussycat Dolls founder Robyn Antin, has made a film set in the steamy, sexy and sometimes sordid world of Burlesque. I was delighted to be chosen to shoot the two stars for the poster.

Agency:  BLT