Despite the push-back from journalists, Inspicio, the arts publication platform, views journalism as an art discipline – after all, it does encompass writing, imagery and video. So Inspicio is pleased to present a video interview with long-time New Yorker magazine staff writer and author Adam Gopnik.
Gopnik was born in Philadelphia, where his parents taught at the University of Pennsylvania, but they moved with their seven children to Montreal in the late 1960s, and Gopnik grew up living in architect Moshe Safdie’s famed Habitat 67, straddling the St. Lawrence River. Gopnik joined The New Yorker in 1986, and tells Inspicio what it was like to write for famed editors William Shawn, Robert Gottlieb, Tina Brown and David Remnick.
You can watch the video interview here.