Andy House is a retired TV executive whose career, in film production management, began as an assistant director on The A Team and culminated as executive in charge of production on the TV series: Breaking Bad and Hannibal. In the meantime he lived and worked in China and Russia serving as Senior V.P. Production in Asia for Sony Pictures TV. Now he splits his time working as an adjunct instructor at the American Film Institute Conservatory and working on personal photography projects.
For me street photography is something akin of catching lightning in a bottle. Ideally, the goal is to capture a perfectly composed and beautifully lit special-moment-in-time that might illustrate a quirk in human behavior or an otherwise produce an ascetically pleasing image. Making successful street photographs ordinarily requires heightened powers of observation as well has extreme patience and luck. The lucky photographer usually pays for that luck with a substantial investment of time.