Photographer Cameron McCool has a remarkable ability for catching that intangible air of liberation and spontaneity of partying and communicating it in a still image. Completely self-taught, his imagery has an authenticity that photographers rarely achieve. Taking in everything from quiet nights drinking to the sort of unbridled hedonism that extends way into the next day. Cameron’s pictures are often a window into a world of Californian agony and ecstasy. When so often the energy of a night is completely betrayed – the image too considered, or the subjects too far-removed – his lens fits seamlessly into the night.