Chinese Luxury Market: A Changing Business

Chinese Luxury Market: A Changing Business

For much of the past decade, China has been the key driver of the global growth in sales of luxury products and services. But over the course of the past eighteen months a number of factors—some predictable, others less so—have combined to slow what had been a torrid...
Learning from “The Interview”

Learning from “The Interview”

Sony has been fast to bring the movie ‘The Interview” from selected theaters to Netflix. With last December’s political commotion around the release, I invested the time to watch the film. Unfortunately, from an artistic perspective I wasted valuable...
Washington’s Crossing

Washington’s Crossing

Every year on Christmas Day, fellow citizens from around the country come to Bucks County, PA to watch several hundred reenactors clad in Continental military dress reliving the historic event of Washington’s Crossing of the Delaware River at Christmas night...
Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas

As the year comes to an end, I am wishing you and your family time to enjoy the pleasures of the festive season and a happy and healthy New Year. Merry...
The Great Outdoors: British Columbia

The Great Outdoors: British Columbia

The Great Outdoors: British Columbia Canada – the world second largest country is one of my most favorite countries. Back in the early 1990’s my wife and I lived in Toronto, which remains until this day as one of our most favorite cities in the world. ....
Man Made

Man Made

Man Made This collection captures the crossroad between nature and man made creation. It covers what we created in the world: architecture, art, cities and objects. I am equally intrigued by the grandeur of a metropolis or the delicate detail of a sculpture....
Light & Shadow

Light & Shadow

Light & Shadow The capturing of light and shadow is in its essence the visualization of your personal reality. An image expresses your feelings at a moment in time and in relation to your surroundings, your thoughts which occupy your mind and the anticipation of...
Quincy Jones – Patron of the Arts

Quincy Jones – Patron of the Arts

By Anthony DeMarco – October 3, 2012 Source: Forbes     WEST HOLLYWOOD, Calif. — When Quincy Jones was a child growing up in Chicago and Seattle, he wanted to be a gangster. Instead, he settled for being one of the most influential and accomplished persons...

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