[b. 1942] Scottish fashion, celebrity and art photographer
It doesn't matter if you're photographing a porter in a market in Marrakech or you're photographing the king of Morocco. You have the same sympathetic approach to everybody. You be nice to everybody, basically.
Really good portraiture is a two-way street where someone is throwing little gems out and you’re grabbing them. Very few people have a 100 percent fluency in being able to do to do this—this kind of magical reaction with a camera.
Basically I’m always looking for things. Any good photographer should always be looking for something, you know.