Category Archive: Writing

Genuine Mad Man

Genuine Mad Man A Madison Avenue pioneer’s link to Duke Duke Magazine May/June 2012 If Don Draper is the fantasized version of a suave 1960s pitchman, David Ogilvy was the real deal. Flamboyant… Continue reading

Me Too Monologues – A Show about Identity

Duke Magazine –  March/April 2012 Identity can seem so abstract. Me Too Monologues is about living it. Me Too Monologues – the production about identity written, directed, produced, and performed by Duke students… Continue reading

Duke Magazine – Calder and Crew

Calder and Crew (A piece I wrote for the upcoming issue.) New exhibit at Nasher presents seven sculptors with Calder Duke Magazine Jan-Feb 2012 While Alexander Calder may conjure images of abstract sculptures and… Continue reading

Kenneth Montague, Owner of the Wedge Collection, Visits the Nasher Museum

27 September 2011 (this is a blog post I wrote after Kenneth Montague, owner of the Wedge Collection and curator for the Becoming Exhibition, came to speak) As a dentist who began collecting… Continue reading