In the early 1970s, when I started shooting photographs on a regular basis, "street photography" was my passion then, as it is today. The camera gave me a reason and an excuse to look closer at the details of my environment. I spent a lot of time, exploring and photographing life and the people I came across. I often wonder where they are today and what happened after our lives briefly intersected?
Something very interesting occurs when you begin to put a defined frame around what you are seeing. Sometimes it feels like an arbitrary and intuitive decision as to what I place inside that frame, but in the end, it has to speak and engage and hold my attention long after it's been printed. That is the singular factor that determines the success of a photograph.
Some of the artists who influenced me most were Robert Frank, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Diane Arbus, Josef Koudelka, Andy Warhol, Charles Sheeler, David Hockney amongst many other writers, directors, painters and environmental artists.
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