I started photography a long time before I became a photographer. In 1957 I went to Worthing Art School to be a painter. This was my dream, but in 1959 I sa w an American Art Directors Annual in the college library. That made me want to be a graphic designer instead. So I changed to Brighton Art School. It was there that I met Dermot Goulding.
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