No, I try to stay as far from it as possible. Although, I agree that it would be much easier to simply shoot photos like others do. There is a magazine I like, which refuses to hire me because they look at my photos from the perspective of trends and do not fully understand whether I am in the trend or not, whether I am simple or not, because I am somewhere outside of all this. They will never get it unless someone explains. If I were photographing in a manner they understand, the decision would not take long. I show absurdity, which, in fact, is not trending. I show my own romantic picture that goes against what is happening in fashion photography right now. At one point, the Vetements image was trending, and the photographers who picked it up were understandable to everyone. The same is with photo shoots copying the Balenciaga campaign, imitating the street style and paparazzi. This is a trending style, only indirectly related to visual culture. I would rather call it a conceptual style. Generally speaking, such things do not require a photographer. I do not possess an edgy image or style because I am focused on colour, shape, and my stories. I can use the same clothes, the same collections, but they will look completely different on my models.