I work full time, 40 hours a week, then I mix in both freelance and personal work on the side. I help run a studio for another American photographer—you featured his book! I handle his archives, stock collection, some retouching, in other words work that doesn't pertain to shooting. Aside from that, I'm trying to keep busy, trying to edit things that never get done. I've been trying to put together a small photo book of my first year out here. You can imagine that after looking at a monitor for 40 hours a week, when you come home it's difficult to look at your own stuff, much less edit it. I have a wall of photo thumbnails that's been up there for months. The guy I work for understands all of this—he always says, "if you need some time off to do something, just let me know." But you know, I have bills to pay.