In Radiance, successful documentary filmmaker Robin Baker Leacock pulls from her experience and her photographic oeuvre to present a heart-based way of seeing and thinking for those in pursuit of happiness and fulfillment. Leacock’s point of view—cemented by the coronavirus pandemic—captures what really matters to her; in sections exploring nature, technology, and the world at large, Leacock conveys that self-worth is attainable no matter what someone’s age, demographic, or location. These cognitive endeavors will inspire others to find meaning and radiance in their lives, too.
Author Bio: Robin Baker Leacock grew up in Toronto, Canada and currently divides her time between Southampton, NY and Palm Beach, FL where she lives with her husband and their dog, Luca. She is a documentary filmmaker and has directed and produced five films, each of which has been viewed widely at film festivals and on national television (PBS) in the United States. They include: “I’ll Take Manhattan,” “IT Girls,” “A Passion for Giving,” “Stella is 95,” and “Stella & Co.” Her previous books include Mortimer’s: Moments in Time (2021)