All By Myself

Feature

Saturday, April 16, 2005

Bob Paul is a graphic designer and painter who's been working up in the attic since he quit his very first job. He doesn't need anybody else, because he doesn't care what other people think. His son, producer Richard Paul, thinks that solitude like his dad's is almost addictive: the more you get, the less you can cope without it. He asked Bob Paul about the family habit.

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Richard Paul

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