The discussion was centered on his process of constructing a photograph, based on his portrait of the Andy Warhol Factory members. It was more story-telling than anything else. I wish he had spent more time on his process of how he gets subjects to be emotionally where he wants them.

My response to his show was not what I anticipated. Seeing so many of his large photos in one place seemed to elicit a dehumanizing sense of them in me. Only one, his photo of the opera singer (whose name escapes me at the moment) seemed to show some life behind the face. Otherwise it all seemed creepy. Though as art designed to elicit a response it was very successful.