“For years I hated photography. I believed anyone could do it.  All you had to do was point the camera, maybe focus it, and there it was, a picture. Especially with the advent of digital cameras and phones there was an onslaught of pictures everywhere. I have always felt that I was being lazy, using photos as my major art form while what I really wanted to do was to make films, an art form that incorporated photography, narrative, literature, and music.” — Nan Goldin