TPL: What is it that you enjoy about street photography. What happens when you walk the streets with your camera? Explain your technique? Have you ever had a negative encounter?
DG: What excites me is the spectacle that everyday life offers. Things I didn't see before. Places that I have traveled to thousands of times are open to me, one day, in a new light. Because that day, I'm probably more open to the world. Because, on that day, I probably did not know that I had passed this place at the same time as yesterday, and because the light of day makes me see things that did not exist the day before. I love this feeling, this feeling that nothing belongs to me, that nothing is fixed, that today will not look like tomorrow. Photography made my life exciting and allowed me to fight against my anguish of the passing of time, my fear of death. When I'm photographing, I'm stopping it, this time. I'm freezing life. It becomes, for a moment, eternal.