As an uninvited visitor to private moments in public places, as a street photographer I take, unapologetically, what I want. Without permission I seek out passers by to be the protagonists in my trivial stories and impose my narrative and my view onto their reality. I look for lighting, geometry, emotion, counterpoint, drama, cliche, humour, surrealism, confusion (that might be juxtaposition, not sure) and whatever other theatrical effect comes to mind. Then away from the fast paced rhythm of the street I select the images that most suit my purposes in the slow pace of the editing software. I do this yet tell myself that I'm dutifully recording history, objectively as a documentarist for future generations to refer back to.