A leading celebrity snapper is selling off some of his most famous shots to raise cash for charity.
Jason Fraser has spent almost 30 years photographing the rich and famous - many relaxing during time away from the spotlight - and has captured iconic images of Marlon Brando, Paul and Linda MCCartney, David Bowie, Britney Spears, and George Michael.
He also famously took a picture of Venezuelan terrorist Carlos the Jackal in Khartoum, Sudan in 1994 after the fugitive had been on the run for 20 years.
More than 15 of Fraser's photos are on sale via a London gallery for up to $4,125 (£2,750) apiece. All proceeds will go to Lupus UK to fund research into the autoimmune disease.
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