One of my favorite projects, the group portrait, was another project done for a class at the University of Wisconsin — Eau Claire. The idea behind this project was to capture the essence of a group in a natural way. For three of the four I incorporated family and friends into the photos. These photos, though very nice, didn't hold my enthusiasm. I remember thinking anyone can do this, this isn't challenging. For the fourth photo I wanted to take a completely unique approach to the idea of a family portrait. Using only my wife and myself, I demonstrated a family setting. Using a little photoshop magic I was able to create a picture that is 30 years in the making. The response was huge and led to an investigation into Multiple Me photography.