Berwick Street Market, Photograph: (1933). A city space and a city I have known all my life - Its often surprising how much a designer draws on his sub conscious memories  - its often more reliable than the conscious, cluttered mind- even though its Paris I am trying to conjure in the audience's minds its inevitable that theres some bleed through from all those tiny details of ones own sense of place.

Berwick Street Market, Photograph: (1933). A city space and a city I have known all my life - Its often surprising how much a designer draws on his sub conscious memories - its often more reliable than the conscious, cluttered mind- even though its Paris I am trying to conjure in the audience's minds its inevitable that theres some bleed through from all those tiny details of ones own sense of place.

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Paris Rooftops, Photograph.

Paris Rooftops, Photograph.

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Photograph by Perry Ogden. Francis Bacon's Studio - exquisitely squalid. I needed an image of a real painters studio, not cliched operatic imaginings - but a room where paint reigns. Every surface covered with the history of a thousand marks of testing, working out, frustration, elation. A single window but this one without a view other than perhaps a small piece of sky.

Photograph by Perry Ogden. Francis Bacon's Studio - exquisitely squalid. I needed an image of a real painters studio, not cliched operatic imaginings - but a room where paint reigns. Every surface covered with the history of a thousand marks of testing, working out, frustration, elation. A single window but this one without a view other than perhaps a small piece of sky.

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Newsies at Skeeter Branch, St. Louis, Missouri. Photograph by Lewis Hine.

Newsies at Skeeter Branch, St. Louis, Missouri. Photograph by Lewis Hine.

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