It was a dream come true in 2001 as I produced and directed one of the biggest stars of my entire lifetime. It was the summer I finally had the chance to direct my father as he appeared on my cable television technology show DIGITHEAD. He was our comedic relief for the half hour infotainment show that closed with his witty and satiric comments on how technology effects people especially senior citizens like him. We would only have him for another six years but during those months at various locations including his old stomping ground, Atlantic City, I was able to bond with my dad like a son cherishes those precious moments together, father learning from son and son learning from father. It was a dream to work with the one person who influenced me to get into this crazy business, a dream he wasn't able to fill for himself but vicariously lived through me. That was what made our moments in Atlantic City on set very commanding, very real and something I had hoped to do with him that had finally come full circle. We promised to eat together in every major network cafeteria in New York City and we did. We promised to watch those old reruns of MONTY PYTHON together and we did and we finally got to create something together that everyone could enjoy. We did Dad and for that, I thank you. I dedicate this website and the memories we shared for each of the viewers who watch my work knowing his hand influenced my creative eye. LEARNED SOMETHING NEW---together as father and son.
Digithead...Learn Something New!
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