Green Glass

Leicester Street, London

I met my classmate, Naoto, at the Centre for British Photography and we went to a bustling, crowded Chinese restaurant he knew where, after a wait, we were directed to a table on the 2nd floor (3rd floor to Americans) and I saw this out the window.

Staircase

Centre for British Photography, London

Galleries and museums, because of their preference for white walls and a kind of deluxe starkness, often provide geometric black and white still life opportunities. I’ve often photographed corners, nooks, and chairs in such places.