Tuesday, March 04, 2008


Sometimes you finish a shoot and you know before you even get the pictures back from the processor that what you had shot was great. Sometimes a shoot can transform you as an artist to another level. On this afternoon in 1996, was one of those moments. There are a few of my models that I consider as muses. Harry was a friend who knew the type of images he wanted and trusted me to the extent that we could do anything we could imagine. I have shot nearly 100 rolls of film with Harry, but these are some of the most important to me. On this particular afternoon it was warm and we were in the 14th Street Train Station, that long abandon hulk of a building that became the background to so many of my early images and more recently the backfground to some big Hollywood movies like The Island and The Transformer Movie. It's varied backgrounds and relative obscurity allowed us to try anything we wanted was perfect this day as the sun began to set through the window of the grand hall.

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