I saw an interesting talk by Sicilian now in London Mimi Mollica last night in an RPS Doc Group Zoom session. https://www.mimimollica.com/ I wouldn't put him in the top rank of street / documentary photographers, but he seemed to be far wider in his approach than the likes of Shaller / Palha etc, who tend to crank out the same themes and style. I did notice that there is a section from him in the Street Photography Now book, which I have, so he is well on the map. Two interesting things in questions: first he met and was mentored by Martin Parr some time ago, which he credits very highly. Rates Parr as one of the very few geniuses out there, but Parr's mentoring didn't direct him towards Parr's own style and subjects, simply improved his own. Then, unlike those who insist on small cameras and prime 35mm/28mm lenses for Street, he uses anything and everything up to a Hasselblad. Says he chooses camera and lenses for the job at hand, not to impose his particular approach on it. Also not afraid to use long zooms to capture candids. He embellishes his projects with a lot of close-ups and semi-abstract shots that you could say might be anywhere, anytime, so it is not all rooted in time and place, but more in feel.