One of the qualities I most admire about Daniel Will-Harris is that he doesn’t sit around waiting for the world to take notice. For the twenty-plus years I’ve known him he’s always pursuing the next creative venture. Not, as is so often is the case, in a flurry to escape failures, but as a calculated move to explore new ground.
He was among the first design voices on the web, has written best-selling books, is an accomplished actor, and sells his watches through, among others, the Museum of Modern Art. That’s an indisputable track record.
So when I get wind of a new venture, I take notice. Next up? Teaching. He recently shared with me his vision for a process he is branding “RiteNow.” Rite Now is a workshop for teaching a practice he has developed for writing short stories, novels, screenplays, songs, and so on.
He has upcoming workshops in Los Angeles and New York…