This installment of Creative Inspirations takes viewers on a historic journey through the extraordinary career of Harry Marks, a pioneer in the use of digital effects.
(upbeat jazz piano) - I think good type matters because type speaks to you. Some of us are really passionate about it to a fault. It pulls you into the screen, and I saw it as a way to make the world behind that little tube infinite. And I think what we did is open up the television screen. It seemed that everybody wanted what we were doing.
You know, they wanted that look. We could explore type in the most infinite ways. I mean, you could thread the Queen Mary through a "P", you know, if you wanted to. Because the possibilities of scale were infinite. I've always felt that it's very, very important to know the rules. And there are rules. When you know the rules, then you can break them.
I've always been a great believer in collaboration. I think that working alone is fine, but you lose a synergy that you get when you work with someone, especially someone great. And I've been fortunate, and I've worked with fantastic people. (upbeat jazz piano)