When he wasn’t starring in films like the Star Trek trilogy, Charlie Bartlett, and Only Lovers Left Alive, the late actor Anton Yelchin was a devoted and talented photographer. He had been honing his skills for over a decade, with many photo projects in the works at the time of his death in June. The very first exhibition of his pictures is now on view at The Other Gallery in Los Angeles, featuring a series of haunting portraits of everyone from loved ones to total strangers whom he found fascinating. The show opened to his immediate circle of friends and co-workers, including Chris Pine, Susan Sarandon, Demi Moore, J.J. Abrams, and his loving parents, Viktor and Irina Yelchin, who gathered to celebrate his life and work. The exhibition is on view until December 31st.