Okay, the Nets sucked. They were really mediocre, but it was the NBA and tickets were dirt cheap or free. I liked rooting for the underdog and seeing the visiting stars. But very quickly my priorities shifted from the game to what happens during the timeouts and breaks in the game. Every third or fourth timeout, they'd turn the cameras toward fans in the stands and show them on the giant in-house screen. They called it the Fan Cam. I became fascinated with the fans’ reactions seeing themselves on the screen. My pilgrimages from Brooklyn to East Rutherford became about photographing those fleeting moments of fame and recognition. I went to about forty games between 2007 and 2009. I would always have to get tickets in either section 234 or 212 as they provided the optimal vantage point to photograph the screen. It's worth mentioning that none of the excitement you see in the photos has anything to do with the game--it's all about being on the Fan Cam.