I have known Jim for over ten years. He had taken pictures of me behind the scenes of a radio show. I immediately liked his singularity, his discreet and attentive attitude, the eye always on the alert, seeking, without making any noise, the unexpected image, the ideal light, the right expression. And I liked his photos. Later, I learned an astounding thing: for 15 years, every day, whether it’s snowing, rain or wind, and also when the weather is nice, of course, he gets on his bike, his shoulder strap, and goes in the streets of Liège, on the lookout...
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