Camille Sweeney and Josh Gosfield are the co-authors of The Art of Doing: How Superachievers Do What They Do and How They Do It Well.
Camille Sweeney is a frequent contributor to The New York Times and other publications. As a project editor for The New York Times Sunday Magazine, she worked on numerous special issues and features and won a New York Times Publisher’s Award. She is a MacDowell Arts Colony Fellow and in her spare time, writes fiction.
Josh Gosfield was the Art Director of New York Magazine. He has won numerous awards for illustrations and photographs he has produced for major magazines, record companies and book publishers. He has had several one-man shows of paintings in New York and Los Angeles and has art directed music videos and written and directed short films. For his latest fine art project, GIGI, The Black Flower, Gosfield was both author and creator of a critically acclaimed, multi-media archive of a fictional celebrity.
Josh Gosfield and Camille Sweeney teamed up to write "The Art of Doing," which asks today's most successful celebrities, businessmen, and iconoclastic achievers, "How do you succeed at what you do?" Illuminating, entertaining, and profoundly inspiring, you'll be surprised by what you can learn from these original and refreshing takes on success.
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