Ephemeral Efflorescence

"Study me as much as you like, you will not know me, for I differ in a hundred ways from what you see me to be. Put yourself behind my eyes and see me as I see myself, for I have chosen to dwell in a place you cannot see."

- Rumi

There are billions of people on this planet and all with stories that take up lifetimes to tell. What makes film so meaningful to me is that no matter what type of person you are outside of that theatre, for the next hour and a half you apart of a collective. You are able to insert yourself inside someone else’s life events, their moments, their story. We all connect with the people on screen and in the audience. I find watching a good film makes me feel rejuvenated about what is possible on this planet and more importantly, what others can do and do everyday. The most amazing instances that occur on this earth come from the oddest place and people. People you would never expect or ever completely understand. our differences, our upbringings and our attitudes are what make us alike and separate. I wish we could all see the beauty that exists in every single living life force. I wish we could all see with tears in our eyes.

Check out the project I did for my senior cinematography class. All footage was shot on 35mm film and filmed practically without special effects.



What does the mathematical function “ln” look like?