This week, TIME’s latest First Take series presents an interview with British artist and photographer Phillip Toledano, who speaks of his aim to add to the vernacular of art.
“When I take something that’s right, it’s like flicking the tuning fork,” he tells TIME. “There’s this kind of pitch, this tone that I feel like it all just sort of fits together.”
Watch this video to learn more about Toledano’s quest to make art through photography.
Phillip Toledano is a British artist based in New York City.
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