I am an Oscar-winning screenwriter (for my film GHOST). Although my film career has been entwined with the imagery of cinema, my primary focus has always been on narrative storytelling more than the visual. In recent years, I have shifted my focus to the image itself and discovered photographs, even in abstraction, have wonderful stories to tell. I am not so much interested in documenting the world as seeing beneath its surface, in discovering the hidden in the visible. I am fascinated by the things we see with our eyes closed, and how much of our inner vision is staring back at us from the unseen universe hiding in plain sight. Nature is considered the ultimate artist, yet it exists not just in mountains and sunsets but in puddles and trash cans. They have stories to tell. Scratches on cars become Japanese seascapes, rusting motors reflect the universe in its first moments of existence. I look to find the infinite in the mundane, the World in a grain of sand.