Every time we turn around, James Franco has picked up a new gig.
The busy actor/writer/director/student recently served as photographer for 7 For All Mankind's fall campaign, reports E! Online.
The denim brand released footage from the shoot, which was held at the famed Hollywood Forever Cemetery and features the likes of model Lily Donaldson. Franco waxed poetic about the fashion-forward opportunity.
"The whole aesthetic approach of the campaign is based on the eternal hipness of the clothes," the actor said in a statement about his work. "We can do a meditation on old and new Hollywood at the same time because of the way the clothes fit into all eras."
But if you're looking for Franco himself in any of the images, you're out of luck - the actor apparently opted not to go in front of the camera for this particular gig.
You'll see him wearing his actor hat in the upcoming film "Spring Breakers," which is in competition at this year's Venice Film Festival.