[Photographer, b. 1934, Detroit, Michigan, lives in Gainesville, Florida.]
I have gradually confused photography and life and as a result of this I believe I am able to work out of myself at an almost precognitive level.
Let us not be afraid to allow for “post-visualization.” By post-visualization I refer to the willingness on the part of the photographer to revisualize the final image at any point in the entire photographic process.
Photography is just light remembering itself.
The goal of the artist is not to resolve life’s mysteries, but to deepen them.
The truth is that one is more frequently blessed with ideas while working.
I think of many of my photographs as being obviously symbolic but not symbolically obvious. There isn’t any specific correlation between the symbols in this image and any content that I have in mind.
I’m really very concerned with helping to create an attitude of freedom and daring toward the craft of photography.
The camera is a fluid way of encountering that other reality.