My daughter's first sentence was, 'Dada no hair.' And I was, like, 'No Jasmine, Dada does have hair, Dada just shaves his head.'
People think New York is this big city where no one knows each other, but when you live in the Village, it's the opposite.
There's almost an element of selfies that is like photo therapy. People look upon themselves in a picture and then they critique themselves without knowing so, and that's what's happening on mass on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
If I am to judge others, I should be subject to be judged. You make your bed, you must lie in it.
My wife is a size zero and eats more than I do, and I'm a 6'4", 225 lb. man!
Within the modeling industry, there's no doubt that there are some girls out there that are too thin. But there are also girls who are genetically slim and can eat like a horse.
I always wanted to be a zoologist. I'm fascinated with animals. I wanted to be a zookeeper.
Kate Moss is small and not necessarily model dimensions but she has that special something.
Someone who is comfortable, someone who is happy, you see them immediately sit up, stand up and feel better about themselves. If you're able to capture that in a picture, that's the most beautiful picture you can ever take of someone.
If you are going out, and if you want women to pick you up, wear skinny jeans. Trust me: women will be looking at your legs and looking at your butt. When I wear skinny jeans, at least one woman will tell me, 'Nice butt.'
For a selfie, it's not about the pose, it's about you. There's a reason why you look great in the picture or you look great in real life, because someone has caught the essence of who you are, and a pose is not you.
I'm happy to help Crest Whitestrips on their mission to inspire photographers everywhere to capture smile moments and would encourage aspiring photographers to express themselves through their photos.
I have a book out called 'The Beauty Equation' and it discusses how off track we have gone in considering beauty.
I have two little kids, and they both came out completely different, with their own personalities.
I am always on the go; being a photographer, filmmaker, author and a father, things become stressful, and it is important to find time to escape for a few minutes.
I'm much more about the emotion that a photograph provokes out of you and less about how technically brilliant it is.
In life, you don't judge people on how they are at home, you judge them on how they are at work.
For guys, growing older is fine. Gray hair and wrinkles aren't considered a bad thing.
I got a camera when I was nine years old and it wasn't until I was a model that I realized you could be a photographer for a job.
I photograph different people all the time. I like to shoot all kinds of people.
As soon as you 'Botox' your smile lines away, you lose part of your identity.
Certainly, people feel awkward when they have their photograph taken. They want to see it, but they don't want to see it.
Write 'judge of beautiful women' on my tombstone. I'd be quite happy.
Even though photographers are only shooting the outside, beauty is more about who you are as a person – the life you lead – not your facade.
Nonni's Biscotti Bites fit perfectly in my camera bag for a spontaneous break between photo shoots.
My go-to necktie is jet black, skinny, and simple. It goes with everything. I really like that mod-ish punk look.
My favorite memory is Tomorrow. Tomorrow's family moments are what I look forward to every day. No single favorite. Just Tomorrow.
Everyone gets a pencil as a kid, but it doesn't make them all authors or painters or drawers or anything else.
Designers simply can't afford to make dresses in 10 sizes for a sample.
Capturing a beautiful moment in a photo is something I'm very passionate about.
I'm truly excited to align with Art.co.uk and share with the world the wondrous sites and travels I've experienced.
I think if more designers designed clothes with a more fuller figure in mind, it would represent women in a greater sense.
For me the most important thing to do in a selfie is to have an opinion and to say something with the picture. Don't just take a picture of yourself like, 'Here I am.' It's what are you thinking? Are you happy? Are you angry? Do you like it? Do you not like it? Think an emotion and apply it to your eyes.
I once died my hair blonde, and it looked like an orangey-red carrot top. It was the '80s, and I was trying to look like George Michael. At the time, the ladies loved it, and I loved it too!
It's ironic to watch a dress on a mannequin or a model on a catwalk who's not anything like the person that's going to buy it.