"I was more than honoured to be able to shoot three campaigns against homophobia and transphobia."
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Sometimes, being able to be a part of a great movement, campaign or cause is something we can be very proud of. Not everyone is able to do that, and Pierre did three. There's a part of this interview that we laughed so hard- coffee and tequila. :)
Please have fun reading this amazing interview.
Tell us something about yourself. What you do, passion and aspiration in life?*
I live, breathe, eat, sleep and dream of photography. It's much more than what I do; it's what I am!!
Who is your inspiration in life? How do you keep inspired?*
It's the amazing and wonderful people I meet everyday. They are my inspiration!
What is your aspiration in life?*
Constantly striving to be a better human being and artist.
We all make mistakes we wish we could take back. Tell me about a time you wish you’d handled a situation differently with a colleague.*
I called someone on a shoot a inferior brain-dead primate. It was 25 years ago, and it was so wrong. I immediately apologised and never did it again.
When you’re working with a large number of customers, it’s tricky to deliver excellent service to them all. How do you go about prioritising your customers’ needs?*
For me, it isn't about the quantity but the quality. I try to limit the amount of work so I can give 110% to everyone.
Tell me about a time you had to be very strategic to meet all your top priorities.*
Give me an example of a time when you were able to successfully persuade someone to see things your way at work.*
I don't need to do that; my clients hire me because of what I do and the way I do it. Most of the time I get carte blanche.
Tell me about your proudest professional accomplishment.*
I was more than honoured to be able to shoot three campaigns against homophobia and transphobia.
Give me an example of a time you were able to be creative with your work. What was exciting or difficult about it?*
It is exciting because when you are in a challenging situation and you can find a creative solution to any problem gives an enormous sense of satisfaction.
What was your most challenging encounter? How did you deal with it?*
I had to shoot a jazz singer who didn't want to be photographed. It was so difficult; I tried everything I could to get him in the right head space and nothing worked. Until I mentioned tequila! Cactus juice saved the day!!
What advice could you give to the people who are reading this?*
Always be true to yourself and never listen to those who tell you what to do!
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