Michael Soluri is a New York City-based photographer. He is the author of Infinite Worlds, a design driven coffee table book that visually explores time and distance. The book's narrative is based on his three years of exclusive access in documenting the astronaut flight crew, the tools they used in space and the shuttle and Hubble labor force that contributed in saving the Hubble Space Telescope. His photography has appeared in Time, Discover, and Wired UK as well as numerous other US, European, and Brazilian publications. Work from Infinite Worlds is currently being exhibited in “Hubble@25” at the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum in New York, the space shuttle Atlantis pavilion at the Kennedy Space Center and in January “EVA at 50” at the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC.