Meedo Taha

Inspired by the absurdity of beautiful things, Meedo Taha wears more hats than a hat stand: filmmaker, architect, father and occasional shade tree philosopher. He lives with his wife and son in Los Angeles via Beirut and Tokyo. Rather than wage war, his personas have joined forces to craft A Road to Damascus, his first actual novel. He has just finished a project produced by James Franco and is currently working on the movie adaptation of his first novel A Road to Damascus with Daniel Pyne, who wrote The Manchurian Candidate.