Photographer who shot cover of Amy Winehouse’s debut album, ‘Frank,’ hopes to show the world the singer he knew — ‘What stands out is the laughter’
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Photographer who shot cover of Amy Winehouse’s debut album, ‘Frank,’ hopes to show the world the singer he knew — ‘What stands out is the laughter’

An outtake from photographer Charles Moriarty’s photoshoot with Amy Winehouse for her 2003 debut album, “Frank.” Fans of the late great Amy Winehouse will soon have a more personal look at the singer’s earlier days. Photographer Charles Moriarty met Amy Winehouse in New York City back in 2003 while shooting the cover art for her debut album “Frank” — and he’s finally ready to share with the world his personal experience with the bluesy singer who passed away from accidental alcohol poisoning in July 2011. “I think the majority of people globally are only familiar with her second album, and the person she was toward the end of her life,” Moriarty told the Daily News. AMY WINEHOUSE’S MOM OPENS UP Charles Moriarty Enlarge Charles Moriarty Enlarge During photographer Charles Moriarty’s photoshoot with Amy Winehouse in New York City, he told her to just create a look from things she had in her bags. “I want to change that. I’d like people to have a fuller picture,” he added. “To see the girl I knew.” Moriarty, 34, took countless images of Winehouse when she was just 19 both during a New York shoot and then again in London — many […]

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