Who is Dr Johnson?

Dr Johnson's Family at a wedding
in Maui (right)

Which do you think are the
identical twins?

  (left) A Mitchell 
  35mm camera and
  5,000 watt spot
  light from Para-
  mount Studio. You
  never take Dr J
  with you on a
  studio tour.
  At home, Dr J's
  study looks like a
  movie set. That's 
  because he col-
  lects old movie
  equipment and
  props.  Here is a
  better picture.
  (right)  A Brute
  Arc light (27,000
  watts).  He only turns
  it on for special 
  occasions.

Now he has a nice
office suite in 
Claremont and 
a comfortable
 library with
tons of books. In
addition to teaching
at Cal Poly Pomona
he is an adjunct at Hog-
warts where he has
treated strange conditions.

Professional interests
  include resistance to
  change, confusion, conscious-
  ness, the use of movies in
therapy  (check link) and the classroom, the 1940s, and the 
psychological impact of
  victimization.

  Grand dad with
  Giovanna

 

Schmoozing  
  in Hollywood.  

That almost depends on what day and what hour
you ask that question.  Dr Johnson is an adjunct
professor at Cal Poly Pomona, a clinical psychologist
practicing in Claremont, and a guy with a lot of interests. Check his new website, Iconicland.com.

  Dr J is working
  on a biography
  of Donald Duck
Dr J wasn't always a Ph.D. In his teens
   and 20's he worked in a warehouse.

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