David Lynch Writing Styles in Catching the Big Fish

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Perspective

David Lynch is a world-renowned film maker and director. The author is also a long-time practitioner of Transcendental Meditation. In Catching the Big Fish, Lynch tells how he marries the two (creativity and TM) in order to gain the maximum potential of creativity for his art.

Lynch started out as a boy who wanted to paint and draw but thought that once a person grew up, artistic pursuits were no longer an option. Meeting a friend's father, who was a fine artist, changed all that for Lynch. The author abandoned his secondary love of the sciences and went to art school. Art school led to film and the move to LA, where Lynch still resides.

Since Lynch's first film in 1977, the author turned film maker has developed the reputation of being a creative genius. Lynch's films are always a feast of imagination and vivid imagery. Lynch's practice of...

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