My actual process — on the surface — is not so complicated. I sense, I almost smell the possibility of a photograph. I try to follow the rhythm of the streets. Sometimes I walk through situations, sometimes I hang out. It all depends on what the world gives me. In the afterword to his book “Travelogue,” Charles Harbutt talks about how it’s not only that he’s looking for a photograph, but that sometimes the photograph is also looking for him. I like this notion.
INSPIRATION: Lisa Park