From Robert Enright’s interview with Chuck Samuels for Border Crossings:

If you believe in fate, then Chuck Samuels’s future was sealed in childhood. When he was 11 years old, his father, himself an amateur photographer, took a picture of his son and proceeded to give the camera to him as a gift. From that moment on, Chuck committed himself to taking photographs, an activity that turned into an obsession: “For many years afterwards, I carried a camera with me, photographed everything that was in front of me, developed my own film, made prints and became more and more serious as time passed.” As he says in the following interview, “I sometimes feel like I don’t know how not to produce photography.”

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