The work of nightclub bouncers necessitates that they have a particular way of looking at customers, a capacity to show their strength and control through the way they engage with people by the look they project. As each seeks to hold their look for twenty minutes duration, the videos become about acts of endurance. In the insistence on a hard resilient looking to camera, the videos resist the humanist tradition underpinning a lot of portraiture. Little is yielded or revealed to the camera, despite the lengthy takes.