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Photographer Nick Green

I’m a professional screenwriter and photographer. For me, the camera is like a child: it can see things in a fresh way and reveal the beauty beneath, beyond, and within what we call banal. Like photography, art is a lifelong passion. I can’t remember a time when it wasn’t everything ... and science everything else. I can’t see a place where art ends and good science begins. It’s all creative thinking and/or keen observation.

It seems to me that impressions are remarkably similar to assumptions. When doing fine art, the artist can assume nothing. S/he must record exactly what they see. It’s a sort of philosophy. But then so is surfing – and  surfing rocks, right? I’m based just outside London, which rocks, too. Question: is great art the ultimate in subjectivity or objectivity? Hit me up with some answers, people...

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