Paul Eiseman, a resident of Manhattan for over 40 years, is an art afficionado who developed these innovative outdoor art tours for the kids in his own family. They were so successful that they have now been converted to apps to be enjoyed by other families who live in or who are visiting New York City. It is Mr. Eiseman’s voice you will hear on the audio commentaries.
Treasure Hunters of all ages will experience the city in a new, exciting and fun way. The wonders and richness of these 44 works of art waiting to be seen and enjoyed on the streets of New York City are unparalled.
Paul Eiseman is also a theatre director, playwright and prominent acting coach in New York City. He has worked with many well-known theatre, film and television actors.
In addition, he is a published author whose mystery novel FIVE DAYS IN MAY: THE BROOKFIELD MURDERS is enjoying brisk sales. The central character, Harrison Hunt, is a New York City theatre director and playwright who discovers he also has a talent for solving murders. To read more about this mystery series, go to: www.harrisonhuntmysteries.com.
Paul Eiseman hopes that you and your family enjoy these art treasure hunts and that they help enrich your experience of his favorite city.
Danny Cantrell handled the programming of the App. He has two other Apps: BigBen Timer and Impromptu Shuffle. He has been in web development for over 15 years developing many different websites.