He could hold 100,000 people in the palm of his hand.
Not once did I see him get nervous… he was extremely confident and one of the most professional people I’ve ever worked with…
His energy and joie de vivre… he was a one-off Rock Icon, never to be replaced.
He was the ultimate individualist and everyone respected that.
He expressed his sexuality all the time and especially through photography. His costumes, his fashion, his expressions…he was so open and had a sense of humor about it.
Adidas was his thing…the shoes, sportswear… he felt most comfortable on stage in sportswear.
I think once or twice saw him a suit and tie. My favorite Freddie look will always be the sporty white trousers at the 1986 Wembley concert.”
Freddie Mercury’s photographer