Review Robin Williams: A Singular Portrait, 1986–2002 [is] a revealing and immersive experience into Williams’ persona... Grace’s meeting with Williams grew into a real friendship, and as a result his photographs of him have an emotional depth not easy to attain on a merely professional level. Arthur Grace is an excellent photographer and the book includes his photographs taken on various movie sets.... But more surprising is Grace’s writing, which has a warm embracing tone that reflects an unpretentious attitude. The manner in which he relates his anecdotes of Williams, their relationship, and who he was, gives insight into his own persona and eventually creates a portrait that is more than the sum of its parts... Robin Williams: A Singular Portrait, 1986–2002 is a wonderful book both in its photography, which is beautifully printed, and more importantly its content, which gives a meaningful and lasting portrayal of Robin Williams. —New York Journal of Books Read more About the Author Arthur Grace began his professional career in 1973 as a staff photographer for United Press International. During his award-winning thirty-year career, his photos have been featured on the cover ofLife, Time, Newsweek, The New York Times Magazine, are in the permanent collections of numerous museums including the J. Paul Getty Museum, the National Portrait Gallery, and the High Museum of Art. He has published four critically-acclaimed photographic books: Choose Me: Portraits of a Presidential Race, Comedians,State Fair, and America 101. Read more