Find the good and praise it.
Does that imply thinking begins and ends?
It’s a wonderful way to connect with people and see the world.
Albert Camus, Haruki Murakami, Bono, Traci Bui-Amar, Henry Corra, Jeremy Medoff
Jeremy Amar grew up in Louisville, Kentucky; studied philosophy at Kenyon College and the Sorbonne in Paris, France; and began his film career as a special effects intern on a South Indian film that tried to remake Clash of the Titans with a uniquely Indian perspective. Since moving to New York City in 1993, he has produced a diverse array of projects for film and television. Highlights include a branded content co-production with NBC, Nike and Weiden Kennedy for the Athens Olympics (Marion Jones: Life in the Fast Lane); a series for AMC (Autobiography: “Dennis Hopper”); the Emmy-nominated NY77: The Coolest Year in Hell for VH1 and True Life: “I’m Ex-Amish for MTV”. His short form resume includes more than 100 commercials, corporate films, music videos and web content for products ranging from Coke to Crest, SNL to CBS, Target to Valtrex, Mastercard to Mercedes, Kodak to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, American Express to the Gap, and many, many more.