AndyAnd yet there is nobility in any profession. Albeit tongue-in-cheek, this was not meant as a jab at truck drivers but rather an acknowledgment that our childhood dreams sometimes, sadly, go unfulfilled. When I was maybe three years old I wanted to be an elephant when I grew up. As of today, that dream remains unfulfilled. I'm still holding out though. I took this photo on a walk around town just to see what I could see. Sort of an empty slate day creatively speaking, but I like doing that from time to time, every once in a while inspiration finds you. Austin This is one of my very favorite photos of Andy's thus far, and one he took very early on. I spent several weeks debating how best to try and capture it with music. It seemed it needed something special. What I've ended up with is something actually quite simple ... a longing French Horn solo over a humming choir. This piece of music is a particular example which makes me desperately wish it was feasible to record live orchestra each time I need it. How I would kill to hear one of my LA horn players on that melody ... but alas I have to live with samples for now. In any case, the sense of nobility, and quite humility, which leaps out of this photo for me is obviously the final direction I went in. No irony, no hidden winking or any of the sort. Just warmth.