Shooting film is a way for me to slow down as a photographer. Spraying and praying is not allowed in the world of film. Each shot must be calculated; your senses need to be acute. I’m drawn to shooting social settings. People tend to be more relaxed. Most people don’t like it when you shove a camera in their face, and trigger a flash at 2:00 pm on a Monday. But when 11:00 pm rolls around on a Friday, people let their freak flags fly, and can’t resist the attention of a flashbulb.