Interview – Henry Gaudier-Greene vndl January 5, 2013 Interview 1 Comment VNDL: Describe your work/process. It depends what I’m shooting. But usually, my process is pretty simple: meter, compose, shoot. What have you been up to recently (trips, projects, work)? I’ve been shooting a lot more street photography lately. That’s where I started with photography, and I am happy returning to it. I also have plans for a larger documentary project that I haven’t begun shooting yet. Have any advice for other creative’s/aspiring artists? Learn as much as you can about your craft and work as hard as you can at perfecting it. What are you currently listening to/reading/ watching? I read three books a week. I don’t have much time to watch too many things. Where do you see yourself in five years? Retired from taking pictures. Where does your inspiration come from? Any emerging artists to watch out for? I tend to think of photography in terms of the gear I use, not in terms of the images I take. I try to think what I can make the camera or the film do. Or what new thing I can make it do. I like interacting with my cameras more than my subjects sometimes. Henry Gaudier-Greene is a photographer based out of Philadelphia, PA. Tumblr One Response Lakan Bunyi January 11th, 2013 Great article and great shots. I hope you’ll still take pictures (maybe not as a job but a lifetime passion) after by 5 years. Very interesting point of view on your relation with your camera and subjects. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.