Posted May 17, 2018 08:31:50While I was living in the Philippines, I had an epiphany: I wanted to be an architect.
Not just any architect.
I wanted a truly extraordinary architect who would not only understand architecture, but also would have a deep understanding of the people, places, and cultures in which we live.
I knew that, in the future, I would want to be a filmmaker, a photographer, and an architect of some sort.
It was not just a dream, but a real life opportunity.
I had already found a great mentor: architect David Guralnick.
I was in the process of moving to Manila, and we had been together for about four months.
We were spending time in the countryside, enjoying our days.
In our travels, we came across beautiful architecture, and I became very interested in the city and its architecture.
When I visited the new Siam Museum, I was so moved by the beautiful architecture that I wanted it to be my new home.
I was determined to create a piece of art to share it with the world.
On my first visit to the museum, I took a lot of photos.
I asked the museum to make me a model, but I wasn’t able to secure the rights to use the model.
I did, however, use the models, and the museum gave me permission to use their photos in my work.
I wanted to create my own unique work and that’s when I had a breakthrough moment.
I began to think about how I could create an experience that would have an emotional impact on my viewers.
In my early work, I wanted the audience to feel something: I could feel how the piece looked from every angle.
I didn’t want to just present a piece that would sell me something, I didn�t want it to just look nice and be cool.
That is when I started thinking about the story that the piece should tell.
I knew that the story would have to be something I was proud of.
I decided to tell the story from the perspective of a child.
I knew this was going to be hard to do, but it was also important to me to have a different vision of the story, to tell it in a way that I would be proud of, even though it would take me a few years to realize it.
So I started working on the story and decided to name it My Story.
The title of the film was chosen after the title of my book.
I thought it would be a very interesting title for a film about architecture, which is an experience I never had before.
For the film, I thought about using architecture as a metaphor for a child and the journey he must make.
I would think of a building, and then I would imagine how it would feel to be in that building.
I began to write a script.
I wrote a screenplay that was not very complicated, and that I thought would make the film very relatable to the viewer.
I also decided to include a short story and a short video.
I tried to include everything in the screenplay.
I included the story for the short story.
The video would be the story of how I met the model and the film would tell the full story.
I started shooting the first day and I had two days left to shoot the second day.
I spent all of that time working on it.
It took me a while to get to this point.
I don�t know if it was the amount of time I was spending on the film or the amount that I was working on, but the time was getting closer to being done. I couldn�t stop thinking about my story and about my work, and when I finally got it down, it was a dream come true.
My Story was the first feature length documentary I shot.
It is an incredibly ambitious project.
I have spent my whole career on feature length films.
I am really proud of it, because I feel like I have created something special.
The film is also very intimate, and it shows that it is possible to tell a story in the first person, which in the past, has been something that I had not been able to do before.
I want to thank David Gualnick for taking me in as a model.
He gave me a lot to think and to create and it was his vision of a beautiful piece of architecture that he envisioned for the film.