I make a series of still pictures from a single point while rotating my camera full circle, encompassing everything visible on the horizon. These I stitch into a single, flattened photograph.

In practice, there are no edges beyond which elements are excluded. There is no top, bottom, or side to a scene. Everything is included. At the time of photography, composition is reduced to the choice of a single point in space.

Capturing the required photographs can take 45 minutes or more. A person photographed at one location may appear at a different location in a later shot. Yet, in the finished presentation, sequential events are presented as if they were concurrent.

To some degree, all photographs are about storytelling, and I do have stories to tell. I like to think that my 360s tell a story with a nonlinear narrative. But here, viewers can assemble their own timeline and discover a story for themselves.

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