A new collection of photographs from the streets of Paris. As is my style, a number include confronting images of homeless people and gypsies. Whilst I often get criticised at photographing these people, not by them but by observers of my work. But Let’s remember, they too have a story to tell. They are not INVISIBLE, as many people would prefer. They too have a story, and in a small way, my photographs are part of their story and part of their journey.
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