A Praise of Doubt

(essay in “Artistic Citizenship: A Public Voice for the Arts)
Routledge Press, 2006

“25th Hour” by Spike Lee, the writing of D. W. Winnicott, , and the events of September 11, 2001 are the prima material for exploring doubt as a necessary agent for artists and a useful exercise during crisis and transition.

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Dramatic Effects with a movie camera

 forthcoming from Fairchild Books (UK),  a subsidiary Bloomsbury Publishing, 2015

Over 35 films from over 20 countries are the ground for exploring the way camera work creates dramatic effects.

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The "L." Story

Island life casts its spell on the middle-aged in this short fiction but Time, that stern father, has the last word.

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