Mostly I like taking pictures of people. Pictures of things just arenâ€™t risky enough.
Things donâ€™t have schedules, donâ€™t talk back, canâ€™t respond so fluidly to direction.
Every so often, though, Iâ€™m asked to shoot things (or interiors, or details). The two
photos here are bits from two assignments, one for Report on Business magazine,
the other from a shoot I did for Winkreative, in London, England, for Porter Airlines
in-flight magazine: re:Porter. (The Spitfire was for RoB, the boiler, from the Deifenbunker
cold war government hide-out, for re:Porter.)
Even though I prefer shooting people I must say that itâ€™s kind of relaxing to do
interior-type shoots from time to time.
These two shots were taken about 4 months apart, for different clients. Iâ€™m struck,
though, by some kind of weird synchronicity…..theyâ€™re both wartime relics being held
off the ground by supports.
These things happen.