I think film remains a medium dedicated to human narrative, although it can be fantastical or epic there must always be a sensitive quality to the work that allows it to resonate. I feel proud to be part of an industry that is dedicated to keeping storytelling an imperative and important part of our culture. I have a very tangible approach to working, I love being the person on the ground who is running around and I especially love trying to hunt down an item at a market or antique store. I think this has served me quite well when it comes to an eye for detail.
My growing list of weird and wonderful contacts, as well as my growing list of weird and wonderful colleagues, continue to broaden my view on the world, from art to architecture, to the domestic and the historical. Learning how to research through varied sources and weaving together these fragments of ideas has become something I love.
I would like to continue to learn more about what it takes to make a technical and creatively competent set. I think there is a certain playfulness and assurance that comes with time that I hope to achieve working in this field, with the end results being credible, sensitive and artistic.