“Seeing Mr. Wright’s work in the desert, I decided I would approach it like sculpture. That pleased him very much. I started photographing Taliesin West as sculpture. What happened — and this may sound arrogant — was I had a great sense of composition. I say that I have a direct line between my shutter finger and my brain. My brain tells me when I see something and I should take one. That’s my technique.”
From an Alexandra Lange Q&A with architectural photographer Pedro Guerrero, “best known for his 20-year friendship and working relationship with Frank Lloyd Wright,” in The New York Times on April 5, 2012 (answering the question: “How did you learn to photograph architecture?”).