The Shot That Made Me is a collection of photographs and stories from world-renowned photographers about the photograph that had the greatest impact on their career. Some of the photographers featured know exactly what their image is and when it was taken. Others attribute it more vaguely. The answers in this heroically revealing and intimate book are as diverse as the photographers questioned. The result is a unique and compelling insight into why they became and continue to be, masters of photography. The book is compiled by Peter Dench is an English photographer and curator with over 20 years experience, represented worldwide by VERBATIM. Dench has published five visual monographs, THE DENCH DOZEN: Great Britons of Photography Vol. 1 (2016); DENCH DOES DALLAS (2015), The British Abroad (2015) Alcohol & England (2014) and England Uncensored (2012).