I definitely had a very religious upbringing. My father was just instilling good morals into us at a very young age, and it wasn't super-strict, but it was a loving, warm household.
Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever... it remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.
Growing up on a farm was the best. I remember loving that expanse of space. The sky at night was so clear, I could see every star.
Life experiences inherently change you as a writer. My sense of fury calmed down when I had children and found a loving partner.
I worked for 10 years before 'Mad Men,' and what was great is that when people saw my work, I was just loving working, so it wasn't about anything else than that.
My grandmother was one of the most loving, caring, and supportive people I've ever met.
I wasn't a sweet kid. I was an instigator and provoked everyone with my goofy hyena cackle, loving every minute of the drama I could create.
Effective preaching starts with loving the people we're preaching to.
I love all kinds of music. My dad's from London, so he loves David Bowie, the Stones, The Clash. I grew up with that influence while loving poetry and loving all kinds of current music.
I feel that as long as I'm an asset and not a liability I'm still loving the game as much as I ever have.