In his interview with the British Journal of Photography, Wolf adds: "The leap of faith one has to make always depends on the jury. The jury is the god. It varies from year to year. Some years, they tend to be very conservative in their approach. Some years, they are very progressive. I feel this year it's a jury that's very, very progressive. It just shows that people are willing to give this piece of work a mention."
Formal recognition and awards aside, Wolf's work seems to be more closely associated with other forms of artistic photography, rather than narrative photojournalism.
The fact is, that because of his detachment from the moment, even Wolf himself doesn't know the story behind the images he has captured, an element of journalism one might argue is critical to the profession.
It seems to more truthfully echo street photography, relating to the nature of sneaky, stolen photographs taken during fleeting, passing moments of others' lives.
This image received an honorable mention in the Contemporary Issues category of the World Press Photo