Part of Tim Lee’s practice involves envisioning himself reenacting key moments from iconic peoples’ lives. In the photograph Untitled (Stanley Kubrick, 1945) (2010), Lee re-creates a self-portrait by Stanley Kubrick from 1945. Kubrick shot the original photograph in the mirror when he was just beginning his career as a photojournalist. As his career progressed, he became known for his reclusive tendencies, and candid moments like this became a real rarity. Lee mimics Kubrick’s action by photographing himself in the mirror with the same type of camera, flashbulb, and grimace.