When you're working with some of the most recognizable faces in Hollywood, standing in the background of some of the most-shared photos on the internet, you're bound to attract an onslaught of fans — and also criticism.
"People do recognize me and they do stop me to take pictures. I get it a lot when I'm with my kids, like at theme parks and things. My kids think it's funny and are like, 'Whatever dad,' but I don't know. We talk about sacrifice when I have to move countries. They're still in England and I'm in America. It's like an iceberg — there's a lot that goes on underneath but people only see the top. Even with J Lo, you know her as J Lo, I know her as Jen. Kim you know as Kim, but it's different. I've gotten to know these people; there's a friendship there, there's loyalty. I'm genuinely invested in them as people, as a business person, as a parent. I want them to feel their absolute best."
He continued, "Even if I post a picture, millions of people might like it and write all the comments, but they don't really see them as real people. They forget. You have to be aware of that. You're working with the most famous women in the world. Every time you post a new hairstyle your fans are going to have an opinion on it. You're opening yourself up to that, to the positive or negative, and you have to have broad shoulders. I take it light-heartedly. You have to."