The day before Paul McCartney's surprise concert in Times Square, I worked with director Charlie Lightening and fellow shooter Jonathan Yi on exactly how to shoot what we knew would be an event discussed all over the world. We had to be quiet on the street picking our camera positions so we didn't blow the surprise. We sat in Jimmy's Corner, one of the last Times Square dive bars run by Muhammad Ali's old trainer, plotting how it would go. It felt like we were a part of something special, and we were. It was one of my career highlights.