I have taken photographs in many dance clubs in New York City over the last twenty years. On a given date, after scouting locations and arranging for a space in the club with the owners and party producers, we set up a temporary studio starting at about 11:00 p.m. Two or three assistants (usually women in their twenties) move around the club looking for people to photograph.
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