Award-winning, art school dropout photographer Lincoln Clarkes has three books to his credit—Heroines (2002), Views (2007), and Cyclists (2013). Subject of two documentaries plus numerous philosophical essays, his work depicts a range of topics in his signature style from addicted women to Paris and London fashion, Texas women, Detroit, Toronto cyclists, and working class candids. As well as decades of music and magazine assignments. Portraits include Noam Chomsky, Oliver Stone, Micheal Moore, Patti Smith and Vivienne Westwood. Collector Bob Rennie recently acquired hundreds of Clarkes photographs and archive for an upcoming museum exhibition.