Tragically, on 25 March 2006 Carlos Clarke left the Priory Clinic, where he was a voluntary patient, and walked to a level crossing near Barnes where he threw himself in front of a train bound for London Waterloo. At the time of his death, he was working on a project with friend and chef Marco Pierre White, who he first photographed back in 1987. The pair were installing Carlos Clarke’s pictures in Pierre White’s London West End restaurant, Luciano. It fell to Carlos Clarke’s widow Lindsey and his agent Ghislain Pascal to complete the project. And earlier this year, they did just that. Walking into Luciano’s now is an experience all lovers of photography should have.