64 is a project adapted from 265, a project Luke Bulman had his architecture students do at Yale. At the very early stages of my thesis research process, I had realized that I wanted to somehow question and challenge our perceptions of speed and time. To open up my understanding of time and how I felt about it, I collected and indexed sixty-four images that in some way explored the visual properties of time in subtle ways. I also explored the power of pace and placement. What parallels could I draw when images were paired on the same spread and what narratives could I express? What stories could I tell about time? 64 is both a personal and universal interpretation of time-related imagery. The book starts off slow and ends up fast and eventually crashing.