Soon after he became the Director of Still Photography at Columbia Studios and took many photos of the stars in the late 1930s.
He moved on from there with Schafer in 1942 to work for Paramount studios in the Publicity Photography Department and assisted in the portrait gallery. Upon Schafer's death he became the studio's own Director of Still Photography, which he did in the 1940s to the 1960's.
Among the films he did still photography on included "Twentieth Century," with Carole Lombard, "King Creole" with Elvis Presley and "Breakfast at Tiffany's" with Audrey Hepburn. He took the famous portrait photos of her with the long cigarette holder, Tiffany diamond jewelry and black dress.
As a matter of fact, although he photographed many of Paramount's top stars, his most enduring work records Audrey Hepburn during the production of her first two films as a star, 'Roman Holiday' (1953) and 'Sabrina' (1954).
After that he decided to leave Paramount and he began doing freelance work for other studios while running his own photo lab. He retired in 1979. He passed away in 2002.
Carole Lombard and John Barrymoore
Tragic star Inger Stevens
The photographer had a great relationship with Grace Kelly as well as Audrey Hepburn as you can see below:
Grace below with Fraker:
The famous sessions with Audrey during filming and publicity shots made for the filming of "Breakfast at Tiffany's"
Audrey's great love of animals shown below:
Other shots of Fraker taking photos of Audrey:
His famous photos of Audrey with the long cigarette holder have influenced many art illustrators as shown below:
Go to Deviant Art for more. A great place to find art of all kinds.