Bill Dow: (About which aspect of his career he prefers) I really love it all. I feel particularly fortunate that I can explore all these different avenues. Essentially I love stories and story telling directing, acting, writing, they allow me to share that joy in so many ways. For instance, acting is something you do collaboratively, you create with the director and your fellow actors it is a social and cooperative experience. Directing starts with a more visionary, individual, process and becomes collaborative with a wider group designers, writers, camera and lighting people. It requires great skills of organization and communication. Writing is at some point more solitary, but with a sense of trying to connect all of humanity. I guess all of it writing, acting, directing, is about building connections.