“All That Life Can Afford” brings together some of the thousands of photographs I have taken on the streets of London over the last twenty years. The images mainly show people in their daily lives, on their way to work, shopping or traveling. I like to photograph people naturally, when they are not in representation and are not aware of being observed. This is where they are most uninhibited, relaxed and true. Conversely, I realize that nowadays people are always in representation: in reality shows, on Facebook, in the media. Opportunities are rare to observe people without feeling the need...
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