The pursuit of creating the image is what drives us. We never fail to recognize that the images we are capturing are indeed fixed moments in the history of the world, the world of subtle emotions and powerful peak moments.
Our job is to record and document, not overproduce or intrude. We respect this notion wholeheartedly, which translates into our philosophy of photography: treat each moment as sacred, even those moments when camera is not in hand; capture on grain or pixel what is already there and waiting; do not intrude or try to overly-dictate the moment; be there when the moment does happen. And be ready.
As Pablo Picasso said: "An artist is not one who always looks for something, but one who finds something wherever he looks".