The creative photographer responsible for the awe-inspiring Wurlitzer Trilogy. Born in Brooklyn in 1940. He began the Trilogy in the mid-1980s and finished it around 1994. It was displayed at the Center for Creative Photography at the University of Arizona in the summer of 1995. He is known for his use of chatchkas (odd thrift store junk) to present his ideas in astoundingly beautiful and intellectually-cluttered photographs.

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