William Maxwell, novelist, short story writer, essayist, and children's author. He served as a fiction editor at The New Yorker from 1936 to 1975
Natalie Jeremijenko, artist and engineer, PhD in Computer Science, Associate Professor at NYU, Visual Art Department.
Michele K. Lee, Under Secretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property and Director of the United States Patent and Trademark
Martin Scorcese, breakfast nook of Josef Astor, Carnegie Hall, New York City.
Francis Coppola, alley, Tribeca, New York
Bill Evans, Film Producer, front hallway of his home, Beverly Hills.
Dean Witter Executive, NYC.
Mario Vargas Llosa, at home, Lima, Peru, 1990, the year he ran for president.
Holly Woodlawn, Hollywood, California.
Man who won the lottery, then lost everything.
George Jones, Nashville, Tennessee
Lisa Kaltenegger, Astronomer, Associate Professor, Cornell University, Director of the Carl Sagan Institute.
former CIA officer living in seclusion in the pacific northwest after taking responsibility for the events leading to blackhawk down
Ed Ruscha, Los Angeles.
Haitian Immigrant #2, Liberty City, Florida.
Haitian Immigrant #1, Liberty City, Florida.
Norman Mailer, photo studio, New York City.
Don King, Las Vegas, NV.
Mojgan Hariri and Gisue Hariri-- the Iranian born, Cornell-educated sisters' New York architecture firm is considered one of the most progressive of their generation.
Deaf man in his camper, Mojave Desert.
Marta Becket, Ballerina, outside the Amargosa Opera House, Mojave Desert.
Los Lobos, Mojave Desert, California.