My serious photo life, which began in 1970, has been one of incessant obsessions with my subjects. In the early days, I lived with a dancer/mime named Rosebud Conway, and could not stop making photos of her and eventually did a book called Figments in 1975, which was edited and sequenced by Minor White. When I lived with Minor White, he became a new photo obsession and eventually I did a book about him called Lives I’ve Never Lived: A Portrait of Minor White, 1983. Along the way a project about Cleveland Ohio, became it’s own kind of obsession and...
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