The Human Camera
??? There is not anybody else quite like Stephen Wiltshire. Born in 1974, Stephen was always different.①__________?In fact, he talked to nobody, showed no interest in school subjects and wasn’t able to sit still. Stephen was later told that he had autism(自闭症). He didn’t learn fully to talk until he was nine years old and he didn’t manage to pass his exams.②__________Art became his way to communicate. ??? He started by drawing funny pictures of his teachers, but soon began to draw buildings. His eye for detail was perfect. He could see a building just once and remember everything about it.?③__________Hours later, in front of TV cameras, he managed to draw this building, with the time on the station clock saying 11:20, the exact time when he was there. The television programme made him famous overnight in the UK. ??? ④__________He has become a well-known artist, published four books of his drawings, taken helicopter(直升机) rides above the world’s great cities and drawn amazing pictures of them, and opened his own art gallery, where he now works, in London. ??? His drawings are correct and true in every detail--he always manages to draw everything in the right place.?⑤?__________In 2006, he was given an MBE(Member of the Order British Empire) by the Queen of England for services to art.A.Floating Cities was his third book.B.As a child, he couldn’t make friends.C.Besides, they are also beautiful to look at.D.Luckily, he found one thing he liked doing: drawing. E.After that, many great things have happened to Stephen.F.In 1987, he saw a train station in London called St Pancras.G.On 15 February 2008, ABC News named him Person of the Week.