is a documentary photographer and director who once stood at the North Pole,
crossed the Sahara, had tea with Stalin's daughter and held a chunk of
Einstein's brain. Quitting his blues band in 1981, he began his career
freelancing for Time, LIFE, Newsweek, Fortune, USA Today, the New
York Times Magazine and many other publications. He covered the AIDS
crisis, homelessness in America, politics, five Super Bowls and the Olympics.
assignments include Presidents Bush, Sr. and Clinton, Cate Blanchett, Robert
Redford, Lenny Kravitz, Mother Teresa, Jane Goodall and Hugh Jackman. His
award-winning advertising campaigns and corporate projects for global brands
include Chevrolet, FedEx, Leica, GE, Chevron, HP, Coca Cola, Emirates Airlines,
Charles Schwab and Microsoft.
book, Fearless Genius: The Digital Revolution in Silicon Valley 1985-2000,
by Simon & Schuster’s Atria Books, became a #1 bestseller on Amazon’s photo
book list and was published in the US, Japan, the UK, South Korea, Taiwan and
China and translated into 17 languages. Over 100 million people worldwide have
seen the project through the book, exhibits, viral press and talks. A fine-art
exhibition of rare images of Silicon Valley’s greatest innovators, including
Steve Jobs, as they changed our world continues to travel.
extensive archive of over one million images was acquired by Stanford
University Libraries in 2004. Doug divides his time between the Hudson Valley