ER: Yeah, it was very serendipitous. In college I had wanted to be a writer, but I had a friend who took pictures, had his own darkroom, and explained that stuff -- it was a slow, painful process [laughs]. And I bought a Pentax and started taking pictures. I later worked in a camera store, and when I left I bought a Nikon from them. So I'm living in a flat in London, and a friend came over, and he had a buddy who was writing for this new magazine -- in its third issue -- called Rolling Stone. And he asked if I wanted to photograph Mick Jagger. And the Stones saw those pictures and liked them. And they don't know I'm not anybody [laughs]. I mean, I interviewed Bill Wyman for this book, and Bill's been great, very nice over the years, but when I told him the story of how this happened, he was almost like pissed off! Like I had tricked them [laughs].