Chin spent 7 years living out of the back of his 1989 Subaru Loyale early in his career while skiing and climbing around the country.
“There are two main dangers in life; risking too much and risking too little. That’s for each person to decide. For me, not risking anything is worse than death. By far.“
“Creating films and photographs through situations that few others could experience is my life’s inspiration.”
“I think drug addicts have brains wired like adventurers and they didn’t get the opportunity to find it. You know, the people I get to work with – not all of them are well-adjusted.”
“Never think that you want be questioning your decisions. Because you will…just commit, and then figure it out.”
“Taoism taught me to focus on the process and not to be attached to preconceived ideas of what I thought the outcome should be.”
“Creativity needs to extend beyond the lens. Find creative ways to showcase your work and get it seen. Straight up tenacity, hard work and determination will always be part of the equation, so get to it.”