What the Beatles Tell Us About Fame

OPINION – From the NYT DAVID BROOKS Let’s say you’re a musician, artist or actor with dreams of making it big. How do you do that? The standard answer is: Be really excellent at your craft and you will become renowned. Sadly, it’s not that simple. Excellence is a requirement, but often it’s not enough.Continue reading “What the Beatles Tell Us About Fame”

“…create an object that has a life of its own…”

“And if you can find out something about the laws of your own growth and vision as well as those of photography you may be able to relate the two, create an object that has a life of its own, which transcends craftsmanship. That is a long road, and because it must be your ownContinue reading ““…create an object that has a life of its own…””