December 9th, 2008
Episode 27 of 386 episodes
John Sullivan is the senior photographer for the Huntington Library and Garden in San Marino, California. He and his team are responsible for producing images of the library's extensive holdings which include collections of books, art work and photography. Using the latest in digital technology, he and his staff help ensure that the work of artist and technicians is made available to today's and tomorrow generation of researchers, historians and the general public. You can discover some of the work by he and his staff at the Huntington website.For streaming audio click here or subscribe to the podcast for free viaJohn Sullivan recommends the work of David Douglas Duncan.Book Recommendation: Desert Plants - A Curator’s Introduction to the Huntington Desert Garden by Gary Lyons.
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