Dan Winters (1962) is a photographer that has learned how to use his view to create eye catching images. He consistently succeeds in transforming normal things or people into icons; almost independent of the subject matter. It were his portraits published in the major journals (e.g. New York Times Magazine, Esquire, Rolling Stone, Wired etc.) that brought him real fame. Paraphrasing his own vocabulary, I think it is fair to say that he has become the master of his own voice.
Most of his work has been created using either 4x5 inch or a Hasselblad.
An overview of his work has been published in Periodical Photographs. (See link below).