You are best known for your photography of architecture, which is static, and of dance, which is all about movement. How did you become interested in such contrasting subjects?
I photographed architecture for over 20 years before becoming interested in dance. Although they are contrasting subjects, there is some commonality in that I have used natural light for both and placed the dancers outdoors in the landscape. At times, a photograph of a building can give a feeling of movement as well as stillness. A photograph of dance can convey stillness but inherent in the stillness there can be tension that gives a sense of movement.
What is your favorite D.C. landmark to photograph?
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