Wynn Bullock | American, 1902 - 1975
At age 42 Bullock began his career as a photographer. After discovering Photography to be a means of creative thought and action, he left law school to attend the Art Center School in Los Angeles. In 1948 he met and began a lifelong friendship with Edward Weston, a relationship that continually influenced his life as a photographer. The photographs, writings, and teachings of Wynn Bullock have inspired generations of photographers. His photographs are in over 80 museum collections including, The HallMark Collection of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art, The Center for Creative Photography, and The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.