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.
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.