We’ve made it to Portland and haven’t stopped shooting since we’ve arrived. The nice thing about traveling to make a movie is that you enter each location with a fresh perspective. Even the most beautiful landscapes can become boring if you see it everyday. The change of scenery from Wyoming to Oregon has allowed me to capture the surroundings with a new eye. The key to getting this perspective is to notice the small things and build with it. Every moment is different in its own way. The challenge of making films is making harmony out of those moments; all 29.9 per second. One of the things that the Northwest far surpasses Wyoming with is water. Check out our photo blog to see how I’m capturing this idea of water and how a society can be built around it, including energy production in the form of hydro power plants.