Jeff Bridges earned his first Oscar nod in 1971 for Best Supporting Actor in Peter Bogdanovich’s “The Last Picture Show” co-starring Cybill Shepard. Three years later he received his second Best Supporting Actor nomination for his role in Michael Cimino’s “Thunderbolt and Lightfoot.” By 1984 he landed top kudos with a Best Actor nomination for “Starman.” That performance also earned him a Golden Globe nomination. In 2001, he was honored with another Golden Globe nomination and his fourth Oscar nomination for his role in “The Contender,” Rod Lurie’s political thriller co-starring Gary Oldman and Joan Allen, in which Bridges played the President of the United States. The actor’s multi-faceted career has cut a wide swathe across all genres. He has starred in numerous box office hits including Gary Ross’ “Seabiscuit,” Terry Gilliam’s offbeat comedic drama “The Fisher King” (co-starring Robin Williams), the multi-award nominated “The Fabulous Baker Boys” (co-starring his brother Beau Bridges and Michelle Pfeiffer), “The Jagged Edge” (opposite Glenn Close), Francis Ford Coppola’s “Tucker: The Man and His Dream,” “Blown Away” (co-starring his late father Lloyd Bridges and Tommy Lee Jones), Peter Weir’s “Fearless” (with Isabella Rosselini and Rosie Perez), and Martin Bell’s “American Heart” (with Edward Furlong, produced by Bridges’ company AsIs Productions). That film earned Bridges an IFP/Spirit Award in 1993 for Best Actor. While on the set of his movies, Jeff takes behind the scenes pictures of the actors, crew, and locations. After completion of each motion picture, he edits the images into a book and gives copies to everyone involved. Jeff’s photos have been featured in several magazines including Premiere and Aperture as well as in other publications worldwide. He has also had gallery exhibits of his work in New York at the George Eastman House, in Los Angeles, London and San Diego.