These Writers Just Had to Direct Their Own Stories. Here’s Why That Works.
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My most recent editorial piece for The Los Angeles Times. The article explores the concept of auteurism and how oftentimes writers feel that in order to truly capture their vision, they must also direct the film as well.

I wanted to play on the idea that collaboration and bouncing back ideas with others can make a director’s vision even better than they thought it could be if they worked solely alone.

Vanessa Montano
Macomb, USA
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Vanessa Montano is a Detroit-based illustrator who focuses on quirky and fun editorial and publishing work that consists of traditional inked lines and digital finishes, which make… Show more.

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