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Patterson (Marion) interviews
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The Marion Patterson interviews contains recorded interviews of photographers, such as Edna Bullock, Pirkle Jones, Ruth-Marion Baruch, Charis Wilson, and Julius Shulman, conducted by Patterson. Patterson is a photographer whose worked with Ansel Adams, Dorothea Lange, and Minor White. She's also taught photography at Foothill and De Anza Colleges and the University of California, Santa Cruz Extension.
Marion Patterson (1933-) is a San Francisco based photographer. She began studying photography in 1956 at the San Francisco Art Institute with Dorothea Lange and Minor White. From 1958-1961 she worked for Virginia and Ansel Adams in Yosemite and remains associated with the Adams family. From 1961-1964 she was assistant to the Photography Editor of Sunset Magazine. While at Sunset, she prepared her first major exhibit, which was shown at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art in 1965. In 1968 she began teaching at Foothill and De Anza Colleges, later becoming chair of the Foothill photography program. Patterson also taught workshops for UC Santa Cruz Extension. Her photographs were published and exhibited nationally and in Mexico, Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands.
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