Enough about me. What about you? What do you think about me? Too much me here but simply continuing the great filmmaking experiment. Everything you see and hear was done in less than one day. Would I choose to work this way? No, but the reality of job, life, and weather are what they are. Consequently, I have to think guerilla.
The journal is a major part of my creative process. With me at all times, the pages of my notebook serve as the backbone of all of my visual projects. The copy comes to me in the most unlikely of times and places. Alone in the woods and suddenly my mind is writing copy about something else or somewhere else.
They say that humans have “power spots,” where their brains come alive. Mine can be being the wheel, suffering on the bike, or alone in the wilderness. I’ve had moments of clarity on metro rides, law enforcement ride alongs, and while listening to music. I just never know. But when it comes it comes and I have to be ready.