Before dedicating himself exclusively to photography, Billy Hare studied briefly at the School of Visual Arts at the Faculty of Architecture of the Universidad Nacional de Ingeniería. Between 1966 and 1970, founder-member of the NOVA-cinematographic studios, he participated in the production of documentaries and feature films and collaborated with Dennis Hopper during his stay in Peru. His growing interest in photography led him to work with José Casals in 1969 and later become associated briefly with Fernando La Rosa to establish a commercial photographic workshop. In 1977, together with photographers led by La Rosa, Hare takes part in the founding of Secuencia Fotogalería, the first gallery in Peru dedicated exclusively to this genre. This event set a milestone in local modern photography. Beyond the physical space, it was a generational movement that sought to articulate an autonomous sphere for this activity. In fact, the modernist ideal of the photographer-creator put the seal on the work of its members. In this work, Hare takes over this romantic feeling of transcendence by confronting the image of a photographer, the North American Linda Connor, with the endless coastal desert.