“Intuition is everything,” Blake commented. And this intuition reveals itself in both the filming and the post-production process. It is present in the actual filming itself; “Look,” he leveled, “I work with no script, I come with a bare bones idea, so even when working with performers who become like puppets for me, they must bring the energy with them, bring something to the party, so that I can wind them up and they can play in my context. They have to need it, want it, just as much as I do, in order for the scenes to be effective. So, intuitively, I feed off of them, and this is opening up my approach and becoming more important to me.” He took a long drag on his cigarette. “You know, it’s important that I’m working with a girl that turns me on, but it’s equally important, ” he continued, “that they are complicit in their own objectification for my lens, so I’m homing in on talent that I am comfortable with, and that are as krazy as I am, ” he winked. He paid tribute to his “Naked Assistant” recent discovery and performance artist, Elena Rivera, who connects with him not on an intellectual level but on “visceral levels”.