Tuesday, 11 June 2013

Deborah Turbeville.

Turbeville naturally thinks in scenarios, a habit she traces to her childhood in Boston,
where her father was a salesman and, her mother says, "she was a shy and scary child."
Her summers were spent in Ogunquit, Maine: "very bleak, very stark, very beautiful," she remembers, adding:
"Since then I have always had to have mystery and atmosphere in my life. They draw me out more than anything."