This afternoon I was just doodling around & thought I would put a Netflix movie on in the background. I typically browse the documentary sections, and Netflix suggested I watch Gregory Crewdson: Brief Encounters. Netflix describes it as an "offbeat portrait of portrait artist Gregory Crewdson captures his oddly elaborate creative process while sharing details of his fascinating past."
This movie was so exceptional & captivating that I didn't even get around to drawing! Crewdson is a fascinating photographer who sets up these enormous detailed landscapes and scenes just for a single photograph. The movie shows the BTS portion of the studio shoots and the motives behind Crewdson. After watching this it reminded me that I really need to start working on story boards for my photobook story series. If you got an hour and half to kill watch this movie, It's incredible!