Visual Acoustics: Studying the Lessons of Modernity from a Master

I met the photographer Julius Shulman by chance in the spring of 1999. I will never forget the day I walked into his studio; it was like walking into a glass-walled treasure vault filled with photos, books, magazines, sculptures and an 89-year-old (at the time) wizard of sorts that, unbeknownst to me, would open an unknown portal to Los Angeles, forever altering the course of my life. The initial inspiration for the film Visual Acoustics occurred sometime in 2001, out of the desire of wanting to see the photography, Julius, and the larger story of modern architecture on the big screen in an informative yet entertaining feature-length documentary. The photos speak for themselves; they are cinematic works of art quite deserving of large screen real estate. So, too, was the story of Julius, along with the stories of...
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