I just watched a documentary about this guy
Netflix has it.
I really like this gentleman.
He is literally a gentle man,
with a ready smile and laugh.
He once was a milliner.
He sat in church as a 12 year old boy
studying the hats of women who sat in front of him.
(yes, she is holding a duck hat that Bill made)
And then he became a photographer.
He has lived in the Carnegie Hall
artist's lofts, along with many other actors, artists, etc.,
most of his life.
He lives simply.
A bed, and a bazillion of
file cabinets that hold pictures and
He still uses real film.
He wears the smock of
Paris street sweepers.
He rides a bike where ever he goes.
He is not impressed with fame,
just fashion. ; )
He calls that file cabinet his 'closet'.
He works for the New York Times.
I think he is an incredible, modest man.
And I love his laugh. ; )
Here is a promotional bit for the documentary.
I recommend the film if you like this kind of thing.
I found it very uplifting.
I admire the simplicity of his life,
his modesty, and
his love for everybody.
I just want to be his friend!
I think he's great!
I think you're great too!
Me and Toni the Tiger. ; )
Hope your Tuesday is
Sending lots of lovin' vibes your way....