Working in Birmingham for the first time was the best thing, especially as it was round the corner from my mum's house in Harborne!
Working in 3D I didn't experience much of a difference, except that the cameras are very big so they can't be moved around with as much ease. It was more like, when you've seen photos of cameras from the 1930s being moved around with these huge cranes. So there was something quite sort of old-fashioned about it almost.
Working in 'The Namesake' was a personally enriching experience.
Working in 'Mian Maqbool' was a refreshing experience.
Working improvisationally in my studio with dancers, it's completely different. We don't have any starting point; we don't have an end point. We don't have anything we are trying to show or do. The picture evolves from nowhere.
Working harder is not a sustainable solution and it's not how people meet their destiny. It's time to get more creative. Instead of choosing one thing we love over something else we love, we must ask, 'how can I do both?' And, then, we can find solutions.
Working hard, and being thoughtful, and generous, and smart; it's a path to a better life.
Working hard to fulfill a dream or instinct and learning over time it doesn't work, doesn't mean a career is over and a reputation killed. When a reputation is killed, it's when failure comes as a result of loss of integrity or judgement... breaking of laws.
Working hard to earn more money and then giving it away in higher taxes isn't financially intelligent, even if you do put some of it into a retirement account.
Working hard is way more fun. If you had to goof off 40 hours a week, you couldn't do it. It would drive you crazy.
Working hard is very important. You're not going to get anywhere without working extremely hard.