Warhol was a man of few words and wielded an antique polaroid camera and insistently took polaroids which he then dropped on the floor, without looking at them. I said ‘Are you going to open the polaroids Andy? He said, ‘No, I like them to cook because the colour becomes more intense.’
I always like casting shadows in my pictures and not just casting light, which is something that I don’t think people think about closely enough. There is always the moment of the big reveal that has the most incredible power and dynamism.
Sometimes we’re too eager to press the shutter and take the picture straight away without realising that it is a silent image. Its voice speaks through the final photograph.
I am delighted to announce my first solo US exhibition at Holden Luntz Gallery in Palm Beach, Florida which to my … More
I went to Paris with Liz Smith (the fashion editor of the Observer) to photograph Yves St Laurent at his salon. … More