Great one Don! I gotta say that those newspaper days were some of the best. Nothing like newspeople. I even married one! My wife spills more words in a week at her daily than I've written in a lifetime I think. Sadly not the business it once was though.
Originally Posted by df cardwell
I can't agree more Brian, but lighting has struck more than a few times and I don't want to tweak the nose on the gods of humility. I've seen it all crash down a few times too.
Originally Posted by Early Riser
I enjoyed hearing of your path as well. (funny as my first solo was at a place called "eye-Browse"... ugh) Those were cool days in the PD, weren't they? All the things you described were a big factor in giving-up NY. I could see if I took that path that I would never get where I wanted to be. It was a BIG decision to leave it behind and come back to the Midwest, but I had no desire to keep all those overhead balls in the air. Fortunately I have never regretted the choice! Just paying your studio space must have been a monthy stress! I remember the prices were going through the roof in those days in the photo district. We moved from 23rd at that time down to 1st between 10th and 11th. Photographers were going to Little Italy, the alphabets and Brooklyn in numbers as I remember. It was a great time in New York though. I remember anticipating all the new Haring drawings in the Subways each morning, before I even knew who he was. I could go on... the place was so alive. I have grand memories of those times. What a place.
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