Developing: What recommendations would you give to your fellow creatives seeking inspiration?
Q: If you are seeking inspiration — although this might sound corny — I do really stand behind thinking about yourself and maybe what you liked as a kid or what you listened to as a teenager or what film you and a parent, sibling or friend watched over and over again. It’s those things that you liked when you were younger, when you were creating for anyone else other than yourself, that are the most important references.
Developing: What excites you most about the Go create project?
Q: It’s been exciting to be a part of the Go create project. To remember that documenting parts of my process, including shoots that I might be on or even when I am just gardening, count as important memories and references that I can use later on. The Polaroid Go makes it really easy for me to capture these really important moments.
Developing: What’s your dream project?
Q: My dream project is working with a team of people that I genuinely care about, from the crew to the talent to whoever is working in post. I really care about the relationships with the people I create with, and I feel that is pretty much the dream: to work with your friends and family and loved ones.