These photographs are by-product of an event. They begin when an event starts, and end when that event finishes. Many are taken during personal events from my own life-- events of emotional significance-- too weird, too emotionally raw, to be found in a photo album.
For these photographs I set up the camera in the front center of the movie screen, facing the audience, for the duration of the film. The photographic aperture is opened at the film's title sequence and closed at the last scene. I think of these photographs as long-term reaction shots, an accretion of expressions shared by a crowd.