“I walk a lot, I do some of my reporting on foot because I use the time to look around and to feel life, to feel nature. Slowly. If we don’t do it slowly, we end up burning out. Most often, the essence lies in the curves, in the twists and turns of the journey, not in the straight lines.”
He compares photographers to hunters because they both live in waiting, fully immersed in their own authentic processes.
“We must experience the pleasure of waiting.”
I am fortunate to have a ticket to hear him speak at the National Museum of Singapore on 18 May.