Even the creative things feel mathematic, almost.— Morgan Saylor
The most sensitive Morgan Saylor quotes that are free to learn and impress others
I take a few pictures a week, but the best part is waiting for my film to be developed. The suspense is exciting, and the reward is great.
On an average day, I have two things to read in my purse: a book and a play.
I'm very good at living out of a suitcase.
I love dressing up every morning. It feels like a costume, in some ways.
I like to make pies. Thats kind of my new obsession - peach, blueberry, apple, strawberry. I make a really good pumpkin pie with real pumpkin.
I do a lot of vintage, of course, but I really feel so particular about clothing. I think it stems from acting, like if I'm not wearing the proper shoes for a character I feel totally off.
As I've started school I have a student-feeling wardrobe and then because I travel a lot, things feel very different for different places and days.
I learned to understand the distance a character can be from yourself and how important rehearsal can be to creating a person that feels like a person that isn't you.
I find it really weird that sexuality is still so taboo in films and violence isn't. It really bewilders me.
I think that's okay and that is part of growing up and that is good, to learn that the world isn't always your oyster or isn't everybody's oyster.
It's hard to do things like auditions, because you don't want to put weeks of work into just an audition.
Gun violence is almost promoted onscreen in these huge blockbusters and then sex is still so shocking. But I also can understand that people find it uncomfortable, which I think is cool.
I like records. My favorite is Simon and Garfunkel.
I really do like working very closely with a director and developing characters.
When I moved to New York, I feel like a lot of things widened within my perspective and as I spend some time here - as everyone does when they're that age or a young person - [you] figure out your own ideals or figure out the way you fit into society a little bit more than you did before.
One thing about New York is you can understand how you're perceived really easily if you just get on the train, by the way people look at you. But there's still an anonymity in it.