"Whatever her secret, Audrey's status as an icon of sophisticated beauty shows no sign of fading. Managing her image has become almost a full-time job for Sean, who is inundated with offers from corporations wanting to associate various products with her name. Like Elvis and Marilyn, she has left behind a thriving posthumous career." Sean Hepburn Ferrer
Although most photographers ask their subjects to sit, the famous 20th-century portraitist Philippe Halsman commanded his sitters to jump. After shooting commissioned portraits for the top magazines of his day — Life, Look, and the Saturday Evening Post — Halsman would take a picture for his personal portfolio, which he published as Philippe Halsman’s Jump Book in 1959.