Archive for November 2015

Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Issue 46, Editor’s Letter

I suppose it’s time I tell you all about Jay Stellar. This fabled man might just be Patient Zero for the eventual birth of this enterprise we call Off Camera. And Jay Stellar represents so much more – freedom of choice, embodiment of the good life and fearless opposition of the fiercest enemy: actual work. […]

25 Nov 2015|Comments Off on Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Issue 46, Editor’s Letter

William H. Macy, Issue 45, Editor’s Letter

I learned to ride a bike when I was five years old. This is how I learned: My best friend and next-door neighbor Ed Caspers was the first kid on our street to get a bike; it was a small, cheaply built wobbly red thing with white-painted rims and as I recall, a purple lightning […]

19 Nov 2015|Comments Off on William H. Macy, Issue 45, Editor’s Letter

Connie Britton, Issue 44, Editor’s Letter

  I often ponder how I came to be doing what I do. Compared to some of my friends with “normal” jobs like teaching, lawyering, contracting, and banking, I think my work must seem exotic and unstable in equal measure. On the exotic side, I get to make things for a living and work with […]

12 Nov 2015|Comments Off on Connie Britton, Issue 44, Editor’s Letter

Carrie Brownstein, Issue 43, Editor’s Letter

Self-awareness is a bitch. “Know thyself” is the first commandment for any of us who hope to keep growing and evolving, and this idea of becoming self aware has been very much on my mind lately. One thing I’ve learned is that you never get there. Understanding the id, the ego, the critical voice, or […]

05 Nov 2015|Comments Off on Carrie Brownstein, Issue 43, Editor’s Letter