Looking For My Father Through Ansel Adams’ Lens
Denise Richards and Victoria Whyte Ball
An artist struggles to resolve her relationship with her father after his death. While exploring his archives, she learns that he had been a student in San Francisco’s first photography class taught by Ansel Adams in 1945. She reaches out to his former classmates for answers to his identity as an artist and discovers a treasure-trove of photos documenting post-World War II San Francisco, the Civil Rights movement, and the Chinese immigrant experience.
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