Monthly Archives: October 2014
We know that books are under-edited. Expensive volumes will be full of careless typos and misinformation. Sometimes you need to re-read a mystifying passage several times before you realize it isn’t a conceptual subtlety you are too dense to grasp, but something that should have been spelled right, worded properly, or fact-checked. I thought of […]
That’s me in the lead role. A charming short film.
Late in her life, my mother was telling us about someone who had recently moved into her apartment building. My mother had known the woman from childhood, when they both lived in a crowded immigrant neighborhood. Later the residents dispersed throughout the region around Boston, but many were converging now in a senior citizens’ development. […]
This could be a Family of Man for our time.This had a long run at the new Fulton Transit Center on Bway in NYC. It won a gold medal at Las Vegas in a competition that I have no information about. A gifted artist showed super-slow-motion videos, showing 50 (or 60) typical New Yorkers. I’m one of […]
That’s me, rotoscoped. In one year, 1.5 million Youtube views: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pgkusNV0GLg