All by Myself

Feature

Friday, March 23, 2007

Bob Paul is a successful graphic designer and painter who’s been working up in his attic since he quit his very first job. He says he doesn’t need anybody else around because he doesn’t care what other people think. His son, producer Richard Paul, is a lot like his dad – he also works alone, but doesn’t like it. Richard asked Bob about the family habit.

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