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admin • Jun 05, 2009 • Gallery Updates, Magazine Alerts, Press

As promised, I have added several pictures from the photoshoot Cameron Diaz did for Marie Claire‘s July issue. She looks absolutely gorgeous here, and I must say that this is my personal favorite shoot so far this year. Be sure to check out the photos by clicking on the small previews below. Also, read the (very interesting) interview at MarieClaire.com!

At a little before 9 a.m., the buzzer rings.

“Hi, it’s Cameron,” goes the chirpy, disembodied voice. Downstairs she’s casually texting on my front step, 10 feet from the hybrid SUV waiting to whisk us to the airport. Easy, surfer-girl smile and we’re off to the local Starbucks for fuel, where she’ll bound into the place like a local.

There is something terribly wrong with Cameron Diaz. It’s as though she missed the memo about being a global star—the highest-earning actress in Hollywood, thanks largely to some nimble voice work as the ogress Fiona in the Shrek franchise. At her level of influence and wealth, Diaz, the star of this month’s My Sister’s Keeper, really ought to be criminally precious, aloof, and entitled—not humping her own luggage (a buttery Prada satchel atop a rolly bag) through LaGuardia Airport, entourage-free, smiling and waving at the passengers crumpling slack-jawed at the sight of her. “I’m very good on my own,” she’ll tell me later. “I’m very adaptable and self-sufficient. I can pretty much take care of any situation.”

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