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David A. Price was raised in Richmond, Virginia and was educated at the College of William and Mary, where he received his degree in computer science. He graduated from Harvard Law School and Cambridge University. Price has written for The Wall Street Journal, Investor's Business Daily, Business 2.0, The Washington Post, Forbes and Inc. and is the author of Love & Hate in Jamestown. Price lives with his wife and two sons in Washington, D.C.
"Thumbs-up. . . . Full of fascinating characters, all struggling-in classic Pixar film style-to overcome seemingly impossible odds." --BusinessWeek "You don't have to belong to the computer-animation generation to enjoy The Pixar Touch. . . . An entertaining look at digital derring-do." --The Dallas Morning News "Price, a tough, unsentimental reporter, ferrets out lots of backstage drama from fresh sources, weaving a commendably unvarnished history." --Entertainment Weekly "Unprecedented detail about the notoriously press-shy company's workings, a story that abounds with lessons for business people and creative artists alike." --The Wall Street Journal "Inspiring.... Price is a smart reporter and a solid writer. He deftly makes computer arcana palatable, even interesting." --The New York Times Book Review "It's quite a story, and David Price has finally got it right, it's details and the players. This is the definitive history of Pixar." --Alvy Ray Smith, co-founder of Pixar "[A] brisk history of an entertainment juggernaut that is also the history of computer animation...a heck of a yarn, full of vivid characters, reversals of fortune and stubborn determination: Pixar should make a movie out of it." --Kirkus Reviews (starred) "A tale of our times, and David Price tells it with page-turning drama, total veracity, and wonderful wit." --Mark Cotta Vaz, author, of The Art of Finding Nemo, The Art of The Incredibles and Living Dangerously: The Adventures of Merian C. Cooper, Creator of King Kong