Action is movement comprised of moments. At a most basic level it's a reaction to stimulus and, commercially packaged, action is a huge part of American culture. Whether professional, amateur, or purely recreational, there is always action to be photographed. Sometimes moments within an action are pivotal and historic, though not realized for years to come. Other moments may be imminently pivotal and cause for immediate jubilation, consternation, or aggression. A face tells the story. Working professionally it's my job to tell a story when photographing action, which involves large amounts of anticipation and patience. The trick is anticipating a moment that best tells the story-- a constantly moving target. These moments are from a small, cross section of the limitless sports action found in our daily culture.