“TIME-less” is an ongoing body of work gleaned from TIME Magazine 100 most influential photos of all time, that explore the effect of time on our collective memories of events. Such as: The Man on the Moon (1969, Hasselblad 500EL/M), Tank Man (1989, Nikon FE2), Flag Raising on Iwo Jima (1945, Graflex Speed Graphic), Lunch atop a Skyscraper (1932, Graflex Speed Graphic), D-Day (1944, Contax II) and the Falling Man (2001, Kodak DCS560). The above video sets out to document the process of these initial six photographs, from idea to showcase. Exploring each event in detail, so that each reconstruction has the potential of rekindling the emotions and awe felt when first viewed. While they challenge the collective memory of these events. Such as who/when/where/how they were captured, which is a basic formula for any narrative. Accompanying the reconstructions are the authentic cameras like that used in capturing the original photographs, along with forensically analysed copies of the original images highlighting sun-angles on relation to the photographer. Both aiding in the understandings of those decisive moment in history.