"I’m convinced I have some form of mental disorder. Which is why photography is like therapy to me. It helps me to slow down and focus my cluttered, chatter-filled mind. It makes me see different things, and examine them. My love for the craft is grounded in truisms that have been passed down from lensmen far more accomplished than me. I try to think about them whenever I pick up a camera. Shoot what moves you. Shun the familiar. Take the picture now, because in a second it will be gone forever. And never leave the house without a camera. The last point is the only one I seem to achieve with any regularity. But there we go."