Is filmmaking a hobby? – Uncsa Filmmaking Summer Intensive 2020

Or is a career in it?

“It depends on what your day job looks like at the time. The more I focus on it, the more I realize I’ve been getting in front of the camera. I was doing a lot of different things before I did the film too. You have to figure out what you want to do, and in all seriousness, there’s always something creative in me.”

What does that mean to you?

“I want to be able to take pictures in the street and stuff like that, so I’m not trying to fit any role to my life. If I want to continue, then I’ll figure it out.”

Are there any particular places you would love to visit?

“If I could, I would have taken pictures of the San Francisco Giants and all the great artworks around there. I’m a big fan of the Bay area. There’s something about how we’re so focused on the small things in life that I really enjoy. I think about New York as well—the subway system is very beautiful. You don’t know how many times I’ve been to a subway station that has a painting, or a mural, or an artwork that really sticks out. I would love to visit that area. I really do and have friends that go there.”

What’s your favorite photo?

“It depends on what I’m doing. I don’t like long takes. I tend to get too into the photography aspect and let my body tell me that I’ve got pictures to take. Sometimes that’s part of it. This picture that I took is a different situation. I was working with a woman at a time when [street photography] really wasn’t popular. People were really afraid to do it. I’ve got friends I’ve met through it now and I get to interact with them a lot. It does make me feel good though. That’s my favorite.”

What’s your favorite photography source?

“You need to tell me what’s important to you, but I think it depends on how passionate you are about different things. I was trying to find my passion, and what I liked about photography is that it allows for a lot of different kinds of stuff. There’s a reason why I like it so much, and it’s because it’s very tactile and you have really good access to what’s happening with people. There’s different approaches and it allows for a lot of artistic expression. I also really admire those who

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