with one eye

images from twin peaks, edited by me. plus photos inspired by twin peaks, taken by me.

“I didn’t really want to do any kind of TV series at all. But quickly figured this might be a chance to work with David on a great little movie and not be obligated beyond the initial two hours. There was just no fucking way any broadcast network in those days would ever give this sublime mayhem a slot on their schedule.”
— Michael Ontkean, Reflections: An Oral History of Twin Peaks
The guy’s no Georgia peach.
"It was lovely working with David. He would go to each actor in a scene and he would have a word for you, a private magical word, and it was yours to use. It was kind of like a secret and it would be completely unexpected and often I would read a scene on the page and think this is hilarious and he would see it completely differently. He would see the horror and the pain and the sorrow and grief in something and take you to that place and yet, you would still see the humor."— Wendy Robie, Reflections: An Oral History of Twin Peaks
Who are you protecting?
"Playing Laura was a very painful place to live for a long time. It’s hard, in acting school they teach you how to develop a character but they don’t teach you how to let a character go.”— Sheryl Lee, Reflections: An Oral History of Twin Peaks
Every day, once a day, give yourself a present.