Proust Questionnaire: Kevin Mullins

October 24, 2016  •  Leave a Comment


Proust Questionnaire: Kevin Mullins




The Proust Questionnaire is a mini-interview. Its name and modern popularity (see Vanity Fair) is owed to the responses given by the French writer Marcel Proust.


My second victim participant is one of my favourite photographers out there, the hard working and affable Kevin Mullins.


Kevin lives and works in Malmesbury, England. His work is inspirational to me, because it highlights the most important aspect of photography: catching the moment. As much as I love (and take pride in) perfectly posed shots, there is nothing quite like that one-in-a million grab—the kind of shot that could never be captured again. 


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Do you have a motto?

Work hard every day, and enjoy the rewards.


What do you consider your greatest achievement?

Being asked to speak for Fujifilm at a large convention in Tokyo.


What word do you consistently mis-spell?



What word or phrase do you overuse?

"I'll be there now in a minute" (its a Welsh thing)


What word is the most overused with others?



What advice would you give yourself at age 19?

Work hard every day, and enjoy the rewards.


(Possibly related) What article of clothing was your worst choice, in retrospect?

A pair of white denim jeans!


What food did you love as a kid that you now hate?

Angel Delight.


What food did you hate as a kid that you now love?



What is your greatest fear?

Illness in a member of my family.


Who is your favourite explorer?

Ranulph Fiennes.


Your guilty pleasure TV/movie?

Only Fools & Horses. Constantly.


Star Wars or Star Trek?

Star Wars. I've never watched an episode of Star Trek.


Who should be the next James bond?

Jessica Ennis Hill.


What book do you feel you really should have read by now?

Lord of the Rings.


First song (or album) you remember buying.

Queen - The Miracle.


Your guilty-pleasure, alone in the car, sing-along song?

Nine to Five - Dolly Parton.


Free trip to anywhere on earth for 3 weeks... where would you go?



If you could photograph one person (alive or dead) who would it be?

Townes van Zandt.


If you could be photographed by anyone, but nobody else gets to see it, who would be your photographer?

Eliott Erwitt.


We all know the gear doesn't matter, but what is your most coveted equipment right now?

My Microsoft Surface Book


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