My father was an obsessive bird-watcher. The genes of observation passed down.
The ability for us to laugh at ourselves is Britain’s saving grace.
There are elements of irony in my work, of course.
My profile is bigger in Europe than it is in the U.K.
I would drown in objects if I didn’t have the ability to photograph them.
I am a big fan of Jim Jarmusch, and I do love big screen documentaries.
Places change all the time, and the type of people who live there change.
I am away so much, so I rarely see live TV, but I use iPlayer to catch programmes.
The idea of England in decline is very attractive.
I just go out and try to make sense of the world around me.
The trouble with Hollywood films is that they always have a pleasant ending.
I never think of photographs as being individual. Always as a group.