Former Hollywood script reader and evaluator, free lance editor, now full time dad
Father of two daughters, 5 and 3 years old
At the moment I look after my two girls. I have two young girls and I run a small household. For the most part I accept and embrace it. I’ve been doing it for about five years now and I try not to think about it too much. I don’t see it as the epitome of what I want to do, but I enjoy being busy, I enjoy a lot of aspects of it, I enjoy managing the house, but I have a lot of conflicting feelings about it as well. It’s a huge question. I don’t feel like I regret having left my job, I really don’t, I feel like I’m still going forward and this is where I am even though there isn’t any work here (in Geneva) that I really want to do.
If I abandon my preconceived notions that that is not a valuable expenditure of time as a man, then, of course, I’m gaining. I’m not fully embracing that idea of not working, but then again that’s superstitious. It’s a real life experience, it’s the best expenditure of time that you can do, because you’re raising human beings, you’re bringing human beings into the world, you’re giving somebody else a chance, I can’t think of anything that’s more important. I think that’s why we do it.
- Marina Cavazza
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- Contained in galleries
- Portrait of a (Working) Mother