In NY Horizontal, I'm experimenting with capturing the breadth of a crowded area through a very wide print (60" x 16"). I began at Times Square, the obvious place. I started right before the pandemic. I thought that a wide horizontal frame might capture that sense of crowdedness being everywhere across one’s field of view when you encounter a busy space, but also show that crowds are made of many pieces. The fresco or relief-like aspect ratio also allows the eye to fall upon these smaller moments - to in a way capture your own snapshot within the wider field. So to me they are fun, like a puzzle or a drawing with hidden elements you can discover on your own.