I arrived in Paris on 30 May 1972. I stayed in a little hotel in Montmartre, 14 francs a night. Just as my money was running out I got a small job – a beauty picture for Votre Beauté magazine with the art director Pierre Levallois. My assistant that day was Michel Viard, who had been recommended to me by Sarah Moon.
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