MEET GARY LIPPMAN
Journalist, author, and visual artist, Gary Lippman, writes for The New York Times, The Paris Review, VICE, Open City, Sex And Design, and Fodors Travel Guides. His first play, Paradox Lust, was produced off-Broadway in 2001, the Naked Angels Theatre Company workshopped Lippman’s second work for the stage, Fiber Head, and he is currently working on his first novel, which concerns, among other subjects, the iconic actress Sharon Tate.
Lippman began his career in the law, and he has worked for many years as a pro bono attorney at The Innocence Project in New York City, where DNA evidence is used to exonerate the wrongfully convicted.
Photography and collage are two other pleasures for Lippman, showcased on this website and dedicated to Vera Szombathelyi (his wife), William Fern and John Bliss (Lippman's uncles), to Ingunn Egset (Lippman's best friend), and to Gabriel Egset (Lippman’s Paris-based hell-raising son) - See more here. More pieces are added frequently, so please make return visits, y'all.
The photograph at left was taken in Prague by Lippman's friend, the photographer Cornelis van Voorthuizen. (Cornelis' own website is sensational, by the way, and can be found at photocornelis.com.) And yes, that green elixir Lippman is toasting you with is absinthe. Thanks for visiting.