Stephen Bliss in an interview with Keisha Raines at Unrated:
During your career there’s probably going to be many times when you think your work is awful and you’ll want to give up. That’s the Universe’s way of saying, “Ok, you’ve done a bit of good work, you’ve enjoyed a few days of thinking you’re a genius, now it’s time to get better… Take your despondency, survive it, work out why you think your work is shit, how can you make your work better?
Excuse me, Sir. Are you Robert Frank?
I love your work. I have The Americans and New York to Nova Scotia. May I take a picture with you?
No, some other time. Where do you live?
West Harlem, 144th Street.
Maybe another time.
Another time? Okay. It was really nice to meet you.
What’s your name?
I’m Simon Griffee.
Griffee. I’ll come back at another time, if that’s okay.