In the age of digital photography, Koto Bolofo is an old-school photographer who still uses an analogue camera. With his patient, thoughtful approach to photo-documentation, his pictures celebrate objects and people in a humble, uncluttered way. Over a period of two months, Bolofo explored the corridors of Steidlville in Gottingen with the aim of creating a portrait of the printing and publishing house more personal than the photojournalistic series that have been made in the past. He achieved this by focusing on often overlooked everyday details such as smeared rubber gloves, tubs of ink and scraps of paper in a wire basket, and by photographing those who work at Steidl in settings and poses chosen by the sitters themselves. I Spy with My Little Eye, Something beginning with S is Bolofo's homage to the craftsmanship and creativity of bookmaking. Koto Bolofo was born in South Africa in 1959 and raised in Great Britain. Bolofo has produced short films and photographed for such prestigious magazines as Vogue , Vanity Fair , Marie Claire and GQ . He has created advertising campaigns for companies including Hermes, Burberry, Levis and Dom Perign amongst others. Bolofo lives in the Vendee, France and his books with Steidl include Venus Williams , Vroom! Vroom! , La Maison and Grande Complication .