Street Photography, for me, is the most compelling, and the most challenging genre of photography. You cannot control it, which is what makes it so challenging, and you never know what you’re going to get, but you know that there are all these dramas, all these little stories and moments going on all the time, if only you can catch one. And that is what is so compelling. It’s funny, but there’s a certain symmetry sometimes when you catch these little fragments of time. Sometimes you see it as it unfolds before your eyes, and sometimes you only see it when you look at your shots, but it’s there. There’s a sense of poetry in the ordinary moment that you won’t see unless you look. That, to me is what Street Photography is, as well as the characters, the drama, and the comedy of life, it’s the looking and the finding of that symmetry, in a frozen, stolen moment on the street.