Bob Willoughby was a prolific photographer who began his career photographing jazz musicians and dancers in the 1940s, eventually becoming an important still photographer on the set of many films, beginning with 1954′s A Star Is Born where Willoughby was shired to take photos of Judy Garland for Life Magazine. This was the first time a studio hired an on-set photographer to do a shoot specifically for a magazine. Willoughby continued working as an on-set still photographer, one of my favourite sets being the shots Willoughby took of Audrey Hepburn on the set of Green Mansions in 1958. Willoughby’s distinct talent at catching a moment and quietly capturing it is apparent in the various intimate shots of Audrey Hepburn cuddling with her pet deer Ip and dog Famous, giggling with co-star Anthony Perkins, or talking with the film’s director and Audrey’s then-husband Mel Ferrer. Every shot is sweet and beautiful and looks professional without appearing staged.