[b. 1946] American magazine photojournalist
The satisfaction comes from working next to 500 photographers and coming away with something different.
The eye and the brain react to the foreign, so when you are shooting in the same place for a long time, you really have to push yourself beyond autopilot...
American Photo - September/October 1993 - page 25.
I see myself as a recorder of history, sort of a visual historian.
When you’ve lived through the golden age of photojournalism, there’s no point in being nostalgic.
You are in a perfectly bad mood until you can look through your viewfinder and see that meaningful moment.
The greatest photographs are motivated by human feeling.
American Photo - May/June 1992
War isn’t a TV show with plot twists to keep the viewers interested. The proliferation of images and blanket media coverage have suffocated the life out of old-style photojournalism.
I don't do a lot of sports coverage in between the Olympics. For me, it's more than a sports event. I'm always trying to make some bigger contextual view of it.