"I photographed 24 of Johnson & Johnson's philanthropic programs throughout Europe (in seven countries, within 15 days). This shoot was at The Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, originally a hospital for the poor, which is the oldest teaching hospital in Scotland. Arriving at the shoot, I hadn't slept in 48 hours. It was less than an hour between debarking our red-eye flight to Edinburgh, and me standing in the operating room photographing this patient undergoing wrist surgery. This was my first time photographing surgery and, despite my delirious lack of sleep and several time zone changes, it was on this shoot that I discovered that I love photographing surgery. It's absolutely fascinating, and the camera becomes an unflinching barrier to something that I probably wouldn't be too keen to watch otherwise. I've since photographed other surgeries, and I always find it incredibly interesting."