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[caption id="attachment_21631" align="aligncenter" width="960"] Dr Sarno on one of his last days at work.[/caption] Every time we make a film we have to believe that it will reach people and have an impact. Each of our last 3 films has taken a decade or more to make. Some of that time was simply hitting a stall, having to work on something...

I just went to Chicago for a few days to show All The Rage and had a blast making pictures. I walked about 15 miles in 3 days and spent some time meditating and reading in my brother's completely empty apartment. He lives in NY and the apartment is for sale. It currently has two beds, a chair and unbelievable...

My mind often wanders in ways that surprise me. Often times when I’m in a half dream state, I’ll write whole articles in my mind, aware that if I shift my attention enough to commit these thoughts to paper, they’ll disappear. In the end, only shreds and shards move through my fingers, to the keys, to the glowing screen. It’s...

I have a twin brother. We are fraternal twins, which means that we are no more genetically similar than any other siblings. However, we did have a shared experience of the womb, we grew up in the same social and cultural milieu, and our shared childhood experiences created a unique familial bond. At the same time, we have made distinctly...

Last night, just before I shut off my computer, a music writer who I have corresponded with for over 25 years sent me a picture of this press letter I had sent him in 1994. It's not the most "professional" of letters, and while I'm 25 years older, I'm not sure I've become much more professional. During the night, I...

This morning the snow started around 8am. Thick, heavy, dollops of snow fell from the windless sky, piling up on branches. I went out when the fluff was just starting to cover the ground making it an ideal time to make images. As usual, there's a lot to do, but there won't be school for a few days here. So...

[caption id="attachment_20661" align="aligncenter" width="432"] an early design of our poster by David Beilinson[/caption] I’m struggling to write about an excerpt from Johann Hari’s book “Lost Connections: Uncovering the Real Causes of Depression – and the Unexpected Solutions” that appeared in The Guardian yesterday. So much of what he writes dovetails with what we tried to communicate in “All The Rage”, our...

2017 was a very long year that went by at light speed. While 2016 challenged the basic idea of objective truth, 2017 took a hatchet to it in a way that highlighted how we all inhabit different worlds and different stories. For those who see Trump as a lying incompetent narcissist, it is almost unfathomable that others don’t see it...

The few times I've posted anything vaguely political on the All The Rage Facebook page, it has sparked outrage from Dr. Sarno fans who support Donald Trump. This includes simply posting articles about Trump's response to the opioid crisis with no comment whatsoever. While Dr. Sarno did not write about political issues in his books, when he appeared before the...

I wrote this post last year but never made it live. Re-reading it now, almost a year later, not much has changed except now it's been kind of a long 2 years. I've spent the last few days working on a post about how in our modern culture, systems have a tendency to create the kind of Balkanization that...

This weekend we went with to the Museum of Natural History in NY. When we lived in Brooklyn I made class trips with the kids and it was always nuts trying to wrangle 30 2nd graders within a mass of other classes. Thankfully, depite the snow, when we got there this weekend it wasn't too crowded. As we entered the...

Last week I detailed a very fancy shoot of a frosty leaf. The last two days I did some back lit glamour work on weeds. kickstarting a book right now- please click through to check it out. ...