Constance Richardson Reviews
Constance Richardson was born in Nyc. World War II played havoc in Marin County, CA, Corpus Christi, TX, and Connecticut with her upbringing. She and her married at Panama, Canal Zone, and they began life in Bogota, Colombia. They moved to Boston, MA, where his first child—there had been a daughter born in 1959. They later settled in town where their son had been born.
The once-promising youthful marriage started to unravel, and also from the time President Kennedy was assassinated in November 1962, it was irretrievably broken. A separation agreement was obtained by Constance and has been granted custody of both kids.
Following a fifteen-year lack, and with two children in tow, she completed an undergraduate degree from Bennington College in 1971. The span of her life by the mid-1950s to the early 1970s creates the grist for the memoir, Swimming Upstream: A Memoir.
Consie went to Be Given a graduate diploma in movie with Finest Kind, her documentary, also as manufacturer of this feature-length movie, Falling, nominated for a national grant in Cinematography by The American Society of Cinematographers, Los Angeles, CA.
She attended The American Film Institute, Los Angeles, CA as a Manager Fellow in 1980 and obtained Another master’s degree from Harvard’s Graduate School of Education, in Interactive Technologies at 1987.
Consie worked in film and video for a writer/director, also as an instructional designer before retiring to Tucson, Arizona in 2001. Swimming Upstream: A Memoir is her very first publication.
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