I’ve also noticed that in one shot you manage to capture a very peculiar or very unexpected trait in a personity. Do you usually talk with actors much on set or do you let them freely move to get to those results?
It' s all about the conversation, the one on one time is crucial!
It’s a move that was supposed to bring more ‘quality of life’ but like many young couples, Lucy and Owen are feeling overwhelmed and even, possibly, bored.
One evening, married friends confess to Lucy and Owen that they’ve decided to try an open marriage as they’re “ At first it seems like an outrageous idea, but after Lucy and Owen discuss it one evening, they find themselves creating ground rules and embarking on a six-month long experiment.
And I had two little kids, and a perfect house, and really a nice life.
Lucy and Owen, married and with a five-year-old autistic son, have traded in their fast-paced New York life and moved to the Beekman burbs.
Well , Sarah, first of all thank you very much indeed for taking the time to answer my questions. That you don’t make a photograph just with a camera but you bring to the act of photography all the pictures you have seen, the books you have read, the music you have heard, the people you have loved?
Karl Lagerfeld said, “What I like about photographs is that they capture a moment that’s gone forever, impossible to reproduce.” And do you agree with Ansel Adams?
Small clusters of people gather around her as they arrive, waiting for their turn to introduce themselves.
“The Arrangement,” which will be published March 21, is about an upstate New York couple who briefly opens their marriage.