Lately, I've been bringing my Hasselblad along with me on assignment to try and make more personal and interesting images between the work I do for the newspaper. Using the Hasselblad is a completely different experience from using my digital cameras. It forces me to really concentrate on what I'm doing. Everything on the camera is heavy and manually adjusted. For work I make indoors, I almost always need a tripod. My goal is to eventually make a project out of portraits I create at the courthouse. It's one of those places in town that brings together a wide, diverse array of people under one roof.