Deep In The Shed A couple of years ago, in one of the inevitable dips in the flow of work, I decided to tackle an idea that had lain dormant for a while. Some of my biggest heroes in photography seemed to almost effortlessly straddle—and blur— the line between “fine art” and “commercial” definitions of their work. This still strikes me as both a noble pursuit as well as a misguided need to pin labels, and due to that I have maintained a strong interest in how other artists go about their craft. And so that dormant idea, photographing artists...
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