7-1-11: Maryland Morning Screen Test: Michael Lawrence

July 1, 2011 at 9:41 am Leave a comment

"Bach and Friends" director Michael Lawrence. Photograph by Christopher Moore (threedaysatsea.com).


Michael Lawrence has written, produced and directed over twenty documentaries. His range of topics spans from quiz shows to classical music. His documentary Bach & Friends is a series of interviews with master musicians about the influence of J.S. Bach on their work.

This past Wednesday he sat down with Tom Hall on the one year anniversary of the Maryland Morning Screen Test to talk about his work.

All photographs by Christopher Moore.  Please check out his other work, too.

Also to check out: the band Lands and Peoples, whose people Caleb Moore designed our snazzy Screen Test poster.

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