In teaching still photographers we often find that entering the world of motion is a whole new experience. They have to unlock their tripods and stretch their workflow out from capturing a microsecond of time to surfing with the action as a scene begins, develops and resolves. This film, RIVER, was hatched by my still photographers and the talent, Jaime Sterling, who casually mentioned she could sing as we were blocking out her poses.
Sing. Let's just say that none of us were prepared for what happened next. So we wetted down the window (you'll see a couple of shots where we forgot to) and captured this sad, sad tale of a woman scorned. But as is true of most women...they are tremendously resilient. Unlike men, who pout for decades.