J.R. Uretsky can lay down triangles like nobodies business. Somewhere towards the middle of this I was dreading doing another triangle and then a peaceful bliss came over me and I have ended up really liking the process and welcome triangles in the future. They are so fabulously to-the-point: 3 measurements do not lie–a specific triangle has to be that specific triangle. There is peace in that.
J.R. Uretsky and Megan
Alright, this is a little boulder that didn’t make it into the final film shoot. It has a basin for our performer to wash her hands, following traditional Japanese etiquette before entering a tea house. I still like the idea, but there wasn’t enough space for it once we got all the boulders in the final film location.