I love this video in Intel's Visual Life series featuring Scott Schuman, the founder, blogger, and photographer behind one of my favorite fashion sites, The Sartorialist. As someone who is entirely self-taught and has found his process by learning and experiencing everyday life, Scott teaches us that passion isn't something that can be bought, but is rather an innate and visceral trait that comes from within yourself. His patience and childlike sense of wonderment has enabled him to capture the daily musings of random people from around the globe, bringing them to the screens of our computers and allowing us glimpses along the way of the relationship between fashion, art, and the world we live in.

For those of you who are interested, I also posted Michael Wolff's (of branding agency Wolff Olins) video in the Visual Life series - another brilliant piece. Check it out here.

PS - How much do you love that girl in the video who, when asked if Scott could take her picture, suspiciously replied, "Um, what's it for?" So New York.