Am mighty upset to hear of the death of Lord Snowdon. We did an exhibition of his work at the NPG in spring 2000. He was funny, irreverent, a good mimic, could be sarcastic and a very good formal photographer. I was photographed by him when I went to the National Gallery. He refused to do it in situ and instead insisted on it being done at his house where he had what was essentially a Victorian studio set-up with props and studio. He required sitters to change into a rather dirty old shirt, maybe to discomfort them. It’s not my favourite photograph, but I admired him for his formal exactitude (and he was very generous to the NPG).