Some people let me know they don't understand why they've never run across my name before. Thank you, kind persons. But the reason is easy: to become a distinguished name in anything at all, you need to develop a recognizable style. Then, you keep to it and get yourself in a rut.
Well, the problem is (apart from the possibility that my work is just no good), my style is totally unrecognizable. I myself often have had trouble recognizing a photograph as my own. This is because I try to make you forget you're looking at a photograph - I want you to look at the subject, not at a blasted picture of it. That always gets my preference: That's my style!
Which really means, of course, I have no style of my own, because I purposely forego it. And, in consequence, etcetera. Let's get on with the bloodily blasted photographs, already:-
more pictures than you could shake a lens at:
(It was rather heartening to read Kurosawa on this subject: Style? I have no style! He was wrong, and also rather more successful - still, at least, I never even thought of cutting my wrists.)