TPL: When you take pictures, do you usually have a concept in mind of what you want to shoot, or do you let the images just "come to you", or is it both? Please describe your process.
GM: I tend to never set a purpose when I go out taking pictures, that would defeat the whole concept of street photography. I do have in mind, based on previous photos or images I saw in books or on media, some basic concepts that will help me recognize when it’s the right moment to take the shot. But I never go out with the intent to take a specific photo. Generally, I would say I let the images come to me. And that’s the beauty of it, right? I mean, the possibility to improvise, capture a scene, or create in the moment just using general concepts gives you the feeling you’re constantly committing to it. For example, I think being able to adapt yourself to the situation it’s very important. As well as letting your mood influence how you’re going to take pictures. As I see it is a very simple process: I go, I observe, I wait, and I focus on what find interesting, and pleasing for my eyes…lights, colours, people, juxtapositions, and layers.