The Photojournalist behind the Aphegan Girl Portrait
The man with Indian colourd eyes
And also the man behind the Pirelli Callender in Rio de Janeiro
I think people, when you first encounter them, they try and put on a particular mask.
I don’t want people to try and look a certain way.
I want them to be complete natural and just themselves, without grinning, or smiling, or putting on some kind of silly expression [...]
There’s this commonality of humanity, which comes through. Although they look different — they may be a nomad living in a tent — fundamentally they’re just the same as you or I.