A Bad Religion Fan at Warped Tour
"I've always felt that black-and-white has a timeless quality to it. For me, the photos, regardless of if you were to take away the fashion and the haircut, would have the same feel and energy that you might have seen in the Fifties. So for me, black and white has this timeless quality.
In general, I don't listen to metal very much, but I really enjoy photographing the metal heads because there's just so much energy. They're so dynamic and I enjoyed watching that scene. But, I was spit on a few times at metal shows and I didn't enjoy that. It definitely is a different thing in the mosh pits. But I was fascinated by their passion, which was a different kind of passion then any other audience."