I thought that would be a first good image to start this series.
Einstürzende Neubauten celebrated their 30th anniversary in the Tresor Club in Berlin on April 1rst, 2010. I filmed an interview several weeks ago with Alex Hacke for the Fatal Shore documentary that I am making. Danielle de Picciotto told me about the reunion party after we had finished filming. I told her that I could possibly photograph and film the event. I was in contact with Danielle over the next few weeks. I was told to email N.U. Unruh of Einsturzende Neubauten. I did not hear anything and I assumed that I was not going to do it. The night before the party I got an email from Andrew that told me to come and document it. I really did not expect it. I had been through some health routine of being at a fitness center for two hours and had to go to a film festival in Prague that night. I got back after midnight and woke up at 6am the next morning to do some work and had to quickly decide if I was going to do it. I decided to do it, changed my plans for the next two days, threw a bag and film equipment together and caught the train at the last minute. I arrived at 8pm in Berlin and I went straight to Tresor. I was tired, but proceeded to do my best to photograph and film the night. I stayed up through the night and went back to Prague the next morning with no sleep. I took the photos with a Canon 7D camera that I am still getting used to. I have included photos with flash and without. I was trying mostly to take the photos without flash, but had some difficulty getting results. The following are some of the photographs that I took. Some of them I write something and the rest I am waiting to get more details about who these people are and what they do. I will write in much more detail when I have the information.