There’s nothing more contagious than a person who is so positive and so passionate about work, work that has a real purpose and meaning to them.
If you want to immerse yourself in that energy and creativity for 84 minutes, check out the documentary film about Bill Cunningham, the maverick and lovable New York Times fashion photographer, who has carved out a unique career capturing on-the-street fashion.
He’s such an optimist, such a perfectionist, and such a delight to see at his work. I also like that he sees the best in people and life, surprising for one who has been in photo-journalism, New York and fashion for so many years. (Then again, he is originally from Boston and we Bostonians are a passionate tribe.)
PS — most 33 year-olds would have a hard time keeping up with this 83 year-old artist!
Here’s the trailer for the documentary: