I saw the rarest of things a few weeks ago. A gallery full of people discovering a photographer they had probably never heard of and delighting in the discovery. The photographer was John Simmons, a guy who has been around since the sixties but who had never showed his work. His still work that is. John is actually a well-known cinematographer.
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