Check out this interview with documentary film maker and columnist Jamie Johnson over at Ivy Style.
Christian Chensvold leads a great discussion with Johnson, who filmed one of my favorite makes-you-squirm-in-your-seat documentaries, “Born Rich.”
Jamie’s position as heir to the Johnson & Johnson fortune and an interest in history and psychology give weight to his honest observations of those born to wealth. If you haven’t seen it, “Born Rich” is an unflinching and mostly unflattering first-person examination of the wasted opportunities provided to many of society’s wealthiest children.
Jamie Johnson is a rare kind of man; raised in the lap of luxury and opportunity but driven to understand what that means how those like him fit into the world.
Sure, it’s easy to spend your time on such seemingly esoteric endeavors when money is literally no object. But wait until you see what many of his peers do to occupy their free time – you’ll probably want to hand out torches and pitchforks.