During the President Bill Clinton campaign I was able to shoot lots of jobs for magazines from all over the world. One night a got a call from Time magazine about shooting Kenneth Starr the next morning at 8:00am. It was his only time available. All Time magazine said was they wanted for him to look mad. I said yes and when I got to his office the next morning his assistants showed me into a board room with nothing on the walls and only a table in the middle. Mr. Starr came in and I proceeded to photograph him leaning up against the wall and whatever else I could think of. I asked him to look mad and he said no, he had nothing to be mad about. When I ran out of film and started to reload, one of his aides came in and gave him a newspaper with a unpleasant article about him. He was leaning over the table reading the story when he looked up at a the aide and was mad. He said something to the aide and I knew that was the look I needed. I got one camera loaded and while loading the second, I prefocused on him. Then I quickly asked him to look up at me and bam, shot this photo. He stood up, said to me, you got me didn’t you. I said yes sir I did. I ended up shooting about four rolls of film but the rest was junk. There was never any doubt which photo to use. Time ran it as a full page and a half lead to the story.