Day and night, through rain and snow, his canary yellow taxi rolls on through the energy fields of the city that never sleeps: New York City. Through the eye of his camera Bradford observes people from all corners of the world living their lives in the shadow of skyscrapers that rise up like mountains. The rain-blurred lights of Broadway, the lofty grandeur of the Empire State Building, the Avenues teeming with life. For Bradford, driving a taxi and taking photos have become a unified aesthetic whole. He can't enjoy the one without the other anymore, and so he always has his camera at hand to document those fleeting moments of gesticulating, running, watching and sleeping people gliding by in the light of the big city. "Drive-By Shootings" presents a black and white look at the stories and artistic aspects behind an obsessive hunt for images.