Diane Henderson is a photographer and stand-up comedian. Her objective as a photographer is to capture what Henri Cartier-Bresson called the “decisive moment.” The pursuit of this elusive and perfect point in time remains for her an abiding challenge and thrill and the main reason for taking pictures. In addition to Cartier-Bresson, the photographers who have most influenced her include Robert Frank, Helen Levitt, Walker Evans, Dorethea Lange, Joel Meyerowitz, and more recently Vivian Maier. Most of Diane’s work is street photography taken with black and white film.