“No matter how much crap you have to plow through to keep going as a photographer, no matter how many bad assignments, bad days, bad clients, snotty subjects, obnoxious handlers, wigged-out art directors, technical disasters, failures of the mind, body, and will, all the shouldas, couldas, and wouldas that befuddle our brains and creep into our dreams, always remember to make room to shoot what you want. It’s the only way to keep advancing as a photographer.”
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Gerald Cummins was born in Ireland in 1958.
He studied photography at Dublin Institute of Technology, after which he worked as a freelance photographer and film editor for many years.
He now lives in France with his wife and two children.