Claire N. Park
Since I can’t disentangle my life from “30 Rock,” here are the episodes that serve as the audio-book-equivalent accompaniments to my story as an Arts Exec.
Claire N. Park sat down with Boston-based Irish milliner Galvin to discuss her creative inspirations, her Irish heritage, and the trajectory of her style.
Improbable meet-cutes, pointless flash mobs, and spontaneous, somehow perfectly choreographed karaoke scenes are some of the enshrined elements of romantic comedies that have long deserved an affectionate parody.
Incoming Film Exec and wellness revolutionary Claire N. Park intends on building a reputation as the most laid-back exec the Arts board has ever seen.
It might do one well to forget for a moment that the franchise is probably a ploy by the Rowling industrial complex to ensure the continued indulgence of Harry Potter fans.
“El Ángel” is ultimately a bland rehashing of the bare-bones, empirical events of Puch’s career, as Ortega, in favor of obsessive aestheticization, papers over details that demand creative dramatization.