"I am the daughter of two parents that were deported from this country, I’m not ashamed of it. It’s a problem here in America and it happened to me." Guerrero’s family, including her older brother, was deported when she was 14. “I was the only one left because I was born in Jersey,” she says. “My entire family was just ripped apart.” Guerrero was taken in by two Colombian families that she was close with, but her circumstances left the aspiring actress growing up with feelings of insecurity and hopelessness. "I didn’t think anything was going to happen for me," she says. "I had dreams, but always told myself, ‘Nah, that would never happen.’ For a poor Latina, acting wasn’t a reality."
Photo: Geordie Wood for TIME
“I have a big background in improv. For me, it’s more of an internal rhythm, a sense of their drive through life that gets me into the character. Knowledge of what they want, are afraid of, and where they came from.” - on portraying her Orphan Black characters
Winslow Homer, Sunlight on the Coast (1890) / Arctic Monkeys, I Wanna Be Yours (2013)
I didn’t realize the Giffoni Film Festival was actually a GQ photoshoot.
Winona Ryder for Red Magazine April 2014 ph. Max Abadian
Bridge Fight - Curran Hatleberg
This is fantastic and I’m glad that it is on tumblr for me to view. Look at all of that space and context and environment.
That’s the sort of thing that I like to see more of in pictures.
It all goes back and back, to our mothers and fathers and theirs before them. We are puppets dancing on the strings of those who came before us, and one day our own children will take up our strings and dance in our steads. — George RR Martin