I love the possibilities that we can create through stories. For an independent filmmaker to get into Sundance is a huge thrust. The odds are incredibly long. It could mean the world of difference in how your film is seen, in how far it’s reach is. Sundance is always changing, using everything that Adobe has and everything that we have in some ways they keep us fresher because they’re on the edge of technology. So it’s a partnership. Because all the Adobe programs know each other and speak to each other, it makes my work faster. Premiere – it’s just a little more intuitive. There is something that just feels like it was built for the user. So with Premiere, I could just pop into After Effects anytime. We try to do a lot of it all at once. The kind of division of labor that exists in other programs kind of drives me crazy. I choose Premiere Pro because of the ease of the interface. There’s a real lack of rigidity in the software. It just becomes an extension of my hands. I can’t tell you exactly why I like Premiere. That’s like an intangible thing. It just makes sense with my brain. If you’re really experienced it’s not gonna hold you back. I can only expect that it’s gonna become the most dominant NLE out there. Using all the Adobe tools, low budget doesn’t look low budget any longer. It always gets back to the story. People can make images all day long. So what’s gonna make you stand out? It has to be your heart, your unique experience, the color of your soul.