As a kid, the inimitable James Victore was told he was shy. He wasn’t. As a teenager, he was told he should give up design. He didn’t. As an adult, he was told he should practice his craft a certain way. He refused. With a lifetime of people telling him what to do and who to be, Victore emerged, wholly, himself.
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