It’s impossible to accurately convey what a blur photoshoots can be, especially in hindsight, because you are so laser focused on the next task, and then the next, and then the next. Everyone is in the zone the whole time, and you don’t really take your eye off the ball until you hear Cheryl say, “I think we’ve got it, Mitchell” and we wrap. It’s pretty wild. And not only are they a blur, they all tend to run together in recollection.
“Well they run together because we cram them together,” Audrey laughed. “Time is limited, daylight only lasts so long, and everything – and everyone – is expensive! Time is literally money.”