I chatted today with Dana Glazer, a New Jersey filmmaker whose current project is called The Evolution of Dad. It’s about how the role of fathers has changed dramatically over the past few generations. Glazer, a “work-at-home dad” himself, juggles freelance filmmaking jobs with childcare, as does his wife, an interior designer.
But check out one of Glazer’s subjects in the clip below. Dallas Hayes is a former Navy man who quit his banking job to stay home with his son while his wife kept her job at a museum. My favorite line: “…and so I wipe his ass. But someday, he’ll have to wipe mine.”
Here’s another clip Glazer made for Father’s Day. Ready the tissues.