Nick Knight is among the world's most influential fashion photographers. His clients are among the top in fashion and design and include Alexander McQueen, Calvin Klein, Christian Dior, Levi Strauss, Yohji Yamamoto and Yves Saint Laurent. He has also shot album covers for Bjork, David Bowie, Kylie and Massive Attack, and his work has been exhibited at international institutions such as the Victoria and Albert Museum and Saatchi Gallery. The book is a collection of Knight's most beautiful and important images as well as previously unpublished photographs. Contents cover the different aspects of Knight's work to explain and visually reveal his point of view on a range of topics that he believes are crucial to understanding the motivation behind what he does. The book contains an introductory essay by Charlotte Cotton, the head of the Photography department at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, as well as a variety of images exploring new photographic technology: his video work and the body of imagery he has developed for showstudio.com. All in all, this is a gorgeous, comprehensive volume by one of the world's most innovative, highly respected fashion photographers.