Author Archive: David Intrator
David Intrator is a creative and strategic consultant with over 25 years experience both in the U.S. and abroad. As an award-winning writer and filmmaker, he offers practical, real-world insights into the challenges facing any organization that wishes to be more creative in its thinking and its actions. He is based in New York City and was educated at Harvard University.
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You may have heard about the controversy now raging among film and video editors over Apple’s launch of the latest version of its flagship editing software, Final Cut Pro. A debate of this kind, which would normally be confined to the relatively closed world of video professionals, has even made its way to Fortune Magazine and […]
Everyone seems to agree that listening is important. On Amazon you’ll find loads of books about it. And the web is overflowing with sites and articles about listening. There are 21-step programs. 13-step programs. 9-step programs. 6-, 5- and even a 4-step program (for those aspiring listeners, I assume, who are pressed for time).Some promote “anthropological […]
Legendary graphic designer Milton Glaser discusses the difference between the fear of failure in professional life versus fear of failure in our personal creative development. On the professional side we fear the disapproval of others and the possible financial consequences that can result. On the personal side we fear the knowledge that we might not […]
A few years before his death in 2004, Charlie Rose interviewed Henri Cartier- Bresson at his home in Paris. For years, Carier-Bresson had already been recognized as one of the greatest photographers of his time, having produced an uncanny amount of photographic masterpieces. Rose was curious as to how Cartier-Bresson went about his work. “What’s the […]
Here’s an fascinating article from Imprint magazine about the connection between synethesia and creativity.