BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — Earlier this year, Sarah Staudinger began taking a Polaroid of nearly every person to visit her freshly renovated home.
“There’s a few people that I’ve missed, but I try to get everybody,” she said. “Even people I don’t really know.”
The book of Polaroids she has amassed included, in August, her mother, her pickleball instructor, the blockbuster producer Joel Silver and the acclaimed painter Mark Bradford. As she turned each page, pointing to the faces, her voice was low, relaxed, unbothered.
“This is one of my best friends.” Flip. “That’s Alice, who helped with the wedding.” Flip. “He’s an agent at WME.” Flip.
“Here, we had just moved in,
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