JM: Yeah, I think you do. If you look at her contact sheets, you notice that there are not many photographs that she does multiple takes of. Number one, she’s frugal, and she doesn’t have much money, so she makes sure she has the framing and the shot and everything right before she takes it. But I think she wasn’t going out to get something specific. It wasn’t like, Oh I need to go and find a homeless man today and take his photo, and then when she finds it she just unloads her camera on him. She was a wanderer, and she liked to explore urban areas especially, the not-so-perfect areas of the city, like the Maxwell Street flea market, where there’s a lot of stolen goods and people not paying taxes and people who don’t want their photos taken. It says a lot about her that she’s going to these places, oftentimes with the children [in her care as a nanny].