When you kill your time out on in the streets looking at ordinary and mundane out of the ordinary always something comes along.
I like to take you out on the streets to see what I looked at. It shows how I observe mundane scenes and try to bring them alive in my images.
If you observe your surroundings and stay connected and you are hungry for images you’ll be nourished, again and again.
That's the way I develop an enormous appetite for working these sometimes chaotic situations and how to make nevertheless exciting shots. I think I own the territory that I see when I look through the viewfinder of my camera. That gives me confidence.