This book contains a magnificent collection of images from a career spanning forty years. The photos are all in black and white, accompanied by individual footnotes in addition to short 'snapshots' into the life of the photographer at the start of each decade. The topics covered range from portraiture and fashion to travel, in addition to personal photographs of JLS's immediate circle. His images are never ostentatious, and while he is a master of composition and technical control, his approach to his subjects is refreshingly simple. He has an unashamedly aesthetic approach to photography, and in this book frequently satirises the techno-babble that surrounds the composition and analysis of many modern images. He would in fact probably hate this review, so I will close by saying that this book is a fitting testament to an outstanding photographic career, and that I recommend it thoroughly.