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Nigel Amies
Blurbero desde agosto de 2008
Nombre Nigel Amies
Mi sitio web - untill I find or can afford something better
Ubicación UK - Germany.
Sexo Masculino
Mi ocupación Yoga, painting, cooking and cycling mainly - plus sometimes making photobooks.
Mi biografía After living in various locations in Asia from the early 90s on - including most recently in Laos - and traveling throughout the region since before then, finally we returned to Europe in 2012. Few regrets so far other than a lack of photographic inspiration and a certain sense of alienation. To compensate I'm working my way through my back catalog making photo books.

Cosas que no me importa que sepan todos

Alerta del narrador ansioso: creo que mi próximo libro será sobre...
The indecisive moment. The antithesis of Cartier Bresson's moment.
Todos necesitan saber acerca de estos autores y artistas...
In my humble opinion: read Donald RIchie and Henry Miller. Look at Cy Twombly, Mark Rothko and Gerhard Richter's paintings. Take in performances of John Cage's work especially if performed by the Korean dancer/choreographer Shin Ja Hong. Listen to Keith Jarrett. The photographer Harry Gruyaert's Morrocan photography was partially what originally inspired me to pick up a camera.
Este libro es adictivo. Léalo (bajo su propia responsabilidad).
'This Changes Everything' by Naomi Klein. 'Secret Histories - finding George Orwell in a Burmese Teashop' by Emma Larkin. The 'Tao Te Ching' by Lao Tsu. 'Meme Wars' by Kalle Lasn/Adbusters. 'The Tao of Travel' by Paul Theroux.