By Andrew B. Smith, Contributing WriterWhen I was a kid, I remember watching my dad put together a flower film for the family’s Christmas tree.
It was something like a family film, in the sense that we’d put together some special decorations, put them in a box, and then take it back to the office.
My dad made the best ones.
He had his own, very special camera and film, and we could watch it together for a long time.
I remember thinking, This is the greatest thing I’ve ever seen.
It was my parents, too.
They were really into flower art, and they were into making their own movies.
But there were some things that were more artistic than they were functional, and that was just their way of letting me know that they were serious about what they were doing.
It took me a long while to realize that I had to do something different, to make something with a certain aesthetic and a certain spirit that would be a little bit different from my dad’s films.
And so I began making some kind of flower film.
I was inspired by the way that flowers are arranged in a photograph.
The flower is not just a bunch of random shapes; it’s organized in a certain way.
There’s a certain amount of detail, a certain number of lines.
That’s what makes a flower work, and the more detail you can include, the better.
It’s like making a painting, in that it’s a piece of work, it’s an expression, it has a certain level of complexity.
I wanted to make a flower movie that had a little more depth to it, and more of a sense of beauty.
I felt like that was a really important way to express the way I felt about flower photography.
I didn’t know it at the time, but I was the first person to actually do a flower photo film.
It didn’t seem like it was possible.
It seemed like it’d just be another thing for me to do, like, I can’t do this.
I couldn’t even make a picture of a flower that I didn’t like.
But a couple of years later, I got a call from my friend, the curator of the National Portrait Gallery.
She had this book, and it had a special section on how to make your own flower photo, and she said, This book is the one.
It has this really beautiful and elegant, very artistic flower, and I wanted it to be on my desk.
It had to be.
I had been working with this old man named James Cameron, who’d worked on Avatar and Star Wars, and he said, I’ve got this book that talks about how to do a picture, and there’s a section called Making a Flower.
It talks about making a beautiful flower, how to organize your flowers, and how to create a sense that the whole picture is part of the world.
It describes how to put together the pieces.
I had never seen it before, but it just came to me that it was just a great way to think about what it was that I wanted.
The process of getting my dad to do itThe first thing that James said to me was, “Why don’t you make a movie about making beautiful flowers?”
I said, What am I going to do?
Why am I not going to make my own?
I said I’m just going to get a copy of the book.
I said: I want a copy.
James said, How about you put a picture in it?
And I said yes, I’ll put in the flowers.
Then I started writing a couple chapters.
The first chapter was about my dad.
James told me to start with my first reaction, which was, Oh, wow, I don’t know what I’m doing.
I thought that it must be a really weird experience.
But I was really enjoying the experience, and so I kept going back to it.
I kept going, This has got to be some kind a film, right?
And then, I said to myself, I think I’m going to take it to the next level.
And it was.
I’m writing it now, and every day, I find something new that I’m trying to incorporate into it.
It started out just being about my father, but then I started thinking about how it might be interesting to take the whole thing and do something about it.
I realized that if I could make it interesting, I could maybe write about it in a way that I could be really proud of, and be able to say, this is the most amazing thing that has ever happened to me.
I wanted to go beyond just that.
I also wanted to try and do a film that reflected the beauty of life, and to be really good about capturing that.
And I did, because the film was made with my father’s help.
He’s an amazing artist, and a very gifted filmmaker.
He knew how to arrange