Monday, July 5, 2010

Columbia Teaching Fellow

He wondered why I knew he was a writer. He wanted to know who I was. He asked polite, clearly announciated questions in full sentences. I told him that I had photographed quite a lot of writers including Baldwin and Beckett and that seemed O.K. I had some pictures on me to show him what I had done in Brooklyn. We sat for quite a while and his friend talked to Caroline about dogs. He told me he was on his way to New Jersey which he had been trying to get out of all day. "I'd rather be shot."

1 comment:

  1. Makes perfect sense. Polite, clear, well-spoken, and preferring having his picture taken and/or death to Jersey. Smart man. Nice distinguished shot too. Your often severe dark and light contrasts are almost sculptural in conception; a play of mass and void.


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